The office will begin making its court records available online early next year, said Luvada Wilson, the county’s clerk of courts.
And the office is moving to allow lawyers to file court documents electronically — moving away from forcing everyone to come to the courthouse and file paper documents.
Wilson said Thursday that training will begin in December to allow the staff to move court dockets online so anyone can access it via the World Wide Web.
“We are scheduled tentatively to go live Feb. 11,” she said.
For more on this development and how it will roll out, pickup a copy of Monday's Register.