Friday, April 02, 2010

Floida takes bold steps in giving public access to court records

"At a time when many courts and government agencies are recoiling from the realization that public records can be accessed, searched and disseminated electronically, the Florida Supreme Court has stepped bravely and boldly into the future.

Completing a process that began in 2003, the court on March 18 amended several rules that govern public access to trial and appellate court records. In doing so, the court acknowledged that electronic access to court files is both inevitable and valuable and embraced the challenge of balancing the public’s right to know against parties’ legitimate needs for confidentiality.
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