Center on Court Access to Justice for All
ICM course incorporates technology.
Court technology professionals will find this course helpful in increasing their understanding of court functions and operations as well as learn how technology can be used in all of the National Association for Court Management's core competencies. The course takes place May 10-12, 2016, at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va.
October 2008 - The Supreme Court of Alabama ordered that Rule 33 (Access to electronically stored data) and Rule 40 be amended to clarify the differences between the records stored in the circuit clerk offices and the electronic data and document images stored in the AOC electronic database.
Administrative Rule 37.5 - 37.8: 37.8 Electronic Case Information. Information not available on the Web site: address and phone numbers of parties and witnesses. victim information, social security, driver and vehicle license, and financial account numbers, names of minor children, and juror information.
Order No. 1622. October 15, 2006.
Policy Statement Concerning Publication of Court Case Information on the Web. May 3, 2003.
Section 6. "No information regarding an individual's address, telephone number, social security number or date of birth should appear."
Order Adopting Rules to Sealing and Redacting Court Records in the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada. (December 2007) Rule 2, Section 6 covers redacting social security numbers, driver's licence numbers and personal financial numbers.
Public Access to Court Case Records in Texas. August 2004. Texas Judicial Council Committee on Public Access to Court Records.
Final Approval of Rule 12 of the Texas Rules of Judicial Administration. April 1999. 12.5 Exemptions from Disclosure:
(d) Home address and family information. Any record reflecting any person's home address, home or personal telephone number, social security number, or family members.