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  • Chief justice: Public will be able to access Maine court documents online for a fee

    September 24, 2018 - The judiciary Thursday announced that the public would be able to access some court documents online once the $15 million electronic case filing system is implemented over the next few years, but that it would not be free.   Chief Justice Leigh I. Saufley said that the system would be similar to the federal judiciary’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records or PACER. Subscribers to that system pay both an annual fee and a fee for each page viewed online.   The court has not yet determined what the cost for that system will be, who will be able to subscribe or what kinds of cases will be available on the internet.   Saufley made the unexpected announcement as a hearing on proposed rules subm...

  • Proposed bill would eliminate PACER fees

    September 20, 2018 - A new bill before the U.S House of Representatives would prohibit the federal courts from charging for public documents. The Electronic Court Recor...

  • Public records hard to access in Minnesota

    September 13, 2018 - Getting your hands on government information in the state of Minnesota is not always as easy as it may sound. In fact in some cases it may be impos...

  • Long-public Nevada arrest database made secret

    September 12, 2018 - A database of Nevada arrest records that was open to public inspection for decades has been made secret by a new state law.   The Neva...

  • Legal nonprofit expands access to Maryland court data

    September 11, 2018 - Matthew Stubenberg may be leaving his job as information technology director at Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service later this month, but his chief...

  • Lee County Clerk of Court hosts free workshop on how to access public records, documents

    September 02, 2018 - Learn how to search and view Lee County’s civil and criminal court documents and public records at a free two-hour workshop Sept. 20 at t...

  • Uber, Lyft on background checks

    September 01, 2018 - Uber and Lyft use background screening services that are less expensive than one used by parts of the taxicab industry, a practice that may have co...

  • Portage County Online court record system could shut down

    August 21, 2018 - Those looking for information on crime reports and legal cases could soon lose access to Portage County’s Courtview website system. ...


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