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All Minnesota counties offer online court records

ST. PAUL -- All of Minnesota's 87 counties have moved from only paper-based court filings to electronic records. Chisago and Isanti were the final counties to allow court users to electronically file and serve documents online. The switch has bee...

ST. PAUL - All of Minnesota’s 87 counties have moved from only paper-based court filings to electronic records.
Chisago and Isanti were the final counties to allow court users to electronically file and serve documents online.
The switch has been years in the making.
“Our transition to electronic case records has been rightly called the largest transformation in the 150-year history of Minnesota’s judicial branch,” Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie S. Gildea said. “Through eCourtMN, we are producing new efficiencies in our justice system, making it easier for our users to complete their business with the courts and expanding on-demand access to information for the public and our justice partners.”

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