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eLODI Transition

In coordination with the new Jail Management System upgrade, eLODI (the method by which law enforcement can electronically submit cases to the PAO for review) transitioned to the PAO Case Info Application on August 7, 2021.

Please review the information below for instructions on how to use the PAO Case Info Application.


Reminders

Referring a Case for a Filing Decision

When formally referring a case for filing, you MUST always create a new referral. This applies even if a defendant was booked and there is a “case” in PAO Case Info for that law enforcement incident number. That “case” is a shell created for the booking only; it is not something we review for a filing decision. If you add files to an existing booking, our Filing Unit will NOT be notified and your case may not be reviewed. The PAO is only notified that you have submitted a case requiring a filing decision is if you click “Create New Referral” and refer the case using that process. Do not ever use the follow-up discovery process for creating a new referral.


Superform Requirements

You are no longer required to submit a Superform with each felony referral. The data on the suspect/defendant that you enter during the process of creating a new referral will be used to automatically populate a Superform. However, this makes it even more important for you to confirm that you have entered the most up to date contact information for each suspect/defendant. Do not rely on previously existing addresses in the PAO system.


Instructions

Written

Videos

Using PAO Case Info

Logging in to PAO Case Info via Ingress


Basic Search Screen


External View Search Result and Case Information


External View Case Information Details


External View Uploading Files into Existing Cases


Accessing Unsubmitted Cases to Complete Referral


Referral History

Submitting a New Case

The Defendant or Suspect


Referral and Arrest Case Identifiers


What Court is Your Case Being Submitted Into


Charges


Witnesses


Documents and Files


Codefendants


Rush Filings

Contact Us

Please contact David Baker and Jamie Saeteurn if you have any questions or concerns (David-PAO.Baker@kingcounty.gov and Jamie.Saeteurn@kingcounty.gov)

King County Prosecutor
Dan Satterberg
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Phone:
206-477-1200
Email:
Prosecuting.Attorney@kingcounty.gov

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