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February 28, 2014

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Chuck Newton

I pretty much have a paperless office. I sent out about a letter a day, which requires me to print out some paper and envelopes. Mainly, I receive paper. Not nearly as much as in the past, but enough. I scan almost all of it and keep it on my case management site, or in various files on my personal computer. I keep a couple of Code books handy, but I can look those up online. I rarely print off what I draft, I email it, store it on my office's operating system, and/or sent it to a third party for certified mailing. My legal research is online, I receive all documents from the courts onine. I file all documents online. When I flew to Tampa, I had to print out a boarding pass.

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