I submitted my response to a motion three days ago to the court clerk and then mailed it to opposing counsel at the post office via certified mail. I tracked it today and so far it still has not gotten there even though the post office is only about 14 miles from his lawyers office. I have my receipt as proof I mailed it that same day. Does his attorney still get notified there's a response to their motion? Can my response be dismissed even though I did what I was obligated to do? Do I just give his attorney the tracking number?
The attorney will get an email that the response was received after the clear uploads it to the file. It is incredibly unlikely the judge would dismiss your response. Just contact the opposing counsel and tell them it was filed and you can email a copy of the response as a courtesy.
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It depends on what court you are in. If it is district court, when you filed it, the attorney receives notification of the filing. It it is small claims or county other than Denver, the attorney will also receive a notice. If you filed in one of the courts mentioned, the opposing attorney got it.
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