As evidenced by the numerous attorney employment acts, efiling Illinois is only allowing attorneys to access full court documents filed online.
The public still has to go to the courthouse, search for and pull up documents and then pay 50 cents to $2 per pay for access, despite the fact the taxpayers own the documents, and not attorneys, not judges or court personnel.
Dorothy Brown is still the clerk of court. She should be filing for access to taxpayers and not attorneys or judges.
Read on below.
How to Access Case Documents Online With re:SearchIL
A recent post from the Chicago Bar Association discusses the new re:SearchIL platform, a much-needed solution for attorneys eFiling throughout Illinois. CourtFiling.net happily sponsors this article by Tisha Delgado.
Since the Illinois Supreme Court announced the mandatory switch from traditional paper filing to eFiling, the legal industry has…
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