Deltek Analyst Kristin Howe reports.
Earlier this month, Texas joined a myriad of states including Minnesota and Arkansas, as well as many localities by releasing a solicitation for an electronic filing of court records system. This system will allow court employees at all levels (Supreme, criminal appeals, appellate, district, justice, and Limited Jurisdiction Courts including the county, municipal and probate courts) to file, view and search documents through an online system. Everything from case initiation documents, summonses, complaints to payments, affidavits, pleadings and motions, to verdict documents can be filed and edited online. Texas may also be looking to implement a Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system in the future to allow members of the public to obtain case and docket information.
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