Yoko suit documents should be filed electronically
The United States District Court for the Southern District of New York announced today that beginning June 7, 2004, all District Judges and Magistrate Judges will assign newly filed civil and criminal cases to the Electronic Case Filing (ECF) system . . . .With certain limited exceptions, documents filed in ECF cases must be filed electronically and will not be accepted in paper form . . .
Older cases . . .as well as pro se cases, Habeas Corpus cases, Social Security cases, and Multi-District Litigation will not be electronically filed and should continue to be filed on paper. . . .
Don't have a computer or scanner? Bring your ECF password and the paper documents to the courthouse, and you can use our public computers to electronically file your documents.
Electronic filing has a lot of advantages -- instant transmission, the documents can be easily accessed, copied, excerpted, and re-transmitted from anywhere, and the documents cannot easily be misplaced.
At first I was confident that the judge would deny the plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction, but now I am beginning to wonder -- this judge is beginning to look like a nutcase.
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