E-government and the judicial system: online access to case information

@article{Kelly2004EgovernmentAT,
  title={E-government and the judicial system: online access to case information},
  author={Eileen P. Kelly and William J. Tastle},
  journal={EG},
  year={2004},
  volume={1},
  pages={166-178}
}
By its very nature, the judicial process necessitates the production and dissemination of massive amounts of documents. Traditionally, these documents have existed on paper. Systematic cataloguing and organisation of these voluminous documents are essential since judges, counsel and the public have a right and need to access them. The technological revolution has been slow in coming to the judicial system, yet there are few places in which technology can have more of an immediate and beneficial… CONTINUE READING

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