Oklahoma federal courts enter technological age
Tuesday, October 14th 2003, 12:00 am
News On 6
(Oklahoma City-AP) -- Federal courts in Oklahoma are going online.
Federal Judge Robin Cauthron issued the first paperless order in Oklahoma yesterday with the click of a mouse.
The new Case Management and Electronic Case Files system also allows attorneys to file court documents from their desks. And anyone with a computer and Internet access can view federal cases at a cost of 7 cents per page.
The system is already being used in 25 federal district courts nationwide and is to become mandatory next May.