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More Federal Courts Move to Offer Digital Audio Recordings Online

December 16, 2010

In the months following the Judicial Conference’s endorsement last March of making digital audio recordings of court proceedings available online, 30 federal courts have moved to provide such public access.

To date, two district courts and six bankruptcy courts have “gone live” in offering digital audio files via PACER, the Judiciary’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records service. (More than one million subscribers have used PACER to access written docket and case information from federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts.)

More Federal Courts Move to Offer Digital Audio Recordings Online