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Electronic access to judicial information.

The supreme court, the court of appeals and all superior and district courts, through the judicial information system committee, shall:
(1) Continue to plan for and implement processes for making judicial information available electronically;
(2) Promote and facilitate electronic access to the public of judicial information and services;
(3) Establish technical standards for such services;
(4) Consider electronic public access needs when planning new information systems or major upgrades of information systems;
(5) Develop processes to determine which judicial information the public most wants and needs;
(6) Increase capabilities to receive information electronically from the public and transmit forms, applications and other communications and transactions electronically;
(7) Use technologies that allow continuous access twenty-four hours a day, seven days per week, involve little or no cost to access, and are capable of being used by persons without extensive technology ability; and
(8) Consider and incorporate wherever possible ease of access to electronic technologies by persons with disabilities.

NOTES:

Captions not law1996 c 171: "Section captions used in this act do not constitute any part of the law." [ 1996 c 171 § 16.]
Effective dates1996 c 171: "This act is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety, or support of the state government and its existing public institutions, and takes effect immediately [March 28, 1996], except for section 8 of this act, which takes effect June 30, 1997." [ 1996 c 171 § 19.]
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