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Another county court launches e-filing service

MERIDIAN — Lauderdale County Chancery Court began accepting voluntary e-filing of court documents on Feb. 3. E-filing will become mandatory on March 3, according to an order signed by Chancellors Jerry Mason and Lawrence Primeaux. Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr., who has spearheaded development of an e-filing and documents management system for state courts, said, “The addition of ...

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Supreme Court to start e-filing in July; Appeals to follow

JACKSON — The Mississippi Supreme Court and Court of Appeals will begin accepting electronic filing of briefs and motions July 1. The Supreme Court authorized implementation of e-filing in an order filed June 6. Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. said in a statement, “This is a milestone for the judiciary. E-filing will be more efficient. It will save time and money for ...

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Mississippi front-runner in court E-filing

Scott County following the lead of Madison County with open records for all With e-filing through the Mississippi Electronic Court (MEC) system, lawyers save time and money, and lengthy legal briefs in pdf format are accessible to the public with the stroke of a button. The system allows attorneys to file their pleadings and retrieve documents via the Internet. The ...

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