Court Document Retention

In the interest of full disclosure, let me say, up front, that I believe both ends of the Court Document Retention discussion will be laid to rest and ultimately forgotten over the next five to 10 years, if not sooner. By "both ends" I mean, first, the question of "In what medium (paper, microfiche, or … Continue reading Court Document Retention

When Reasonably Accessible is Practically Inaccessible: Digital Stores of Public Records

Many records, including a vast proportion of court records, are "public" records, and must be maintained and made available for reasonable public inspection.  As we see in many aspects of society today, the definition of "reasonable" continues to shift. Recently the Encyclopedia Britannica announced it will no longer produce a printed edition.  Though I well … Continue reading When Reasonably Accessible is Practically Inaccessible: Digital Stores of Public Records