November 27, 2015

New York Court of Appeals Will Launch New, Searchable Document Database on February 1st

From the AP:

The New York Court of Appeals is launching an online service to improve filing records and briefs that for the first time offers access to documents through a searchable database.


Officials say anyone may search the database for free and view or download documents from every stage of a case. It will include papers for civil motions that have been granted and briefs and records in civil and criminal appeals.

See Also: Details About the New System (via NY Court of Appeals; PDF)

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