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March 28, 2013


Will Williams

Hi Rick

Over here in England, things are different. I work as a government lawyer and do administrative law work in High Court at the Strand in London and in regional High Court offices that deal with this sort of work.

If you need to file pleadings at short notice, while the Court staff are always helpful, doing so by fax or by PDF attachment to email is strongly discouraged. The reason? The Court has to pay for the paper!

That said, I'm all for having pleadings kept as scanned documents, when it comes to dealing with cases, particularly those I've not dealt with myself before, I want to see pleadings and evidence in paper.

Will counsel and judges in Florida still have papers to hand at hearings and trials?


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