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PACER Website Redesigned

PACERimage.JPG We recently blogged about changes to the fees for PACER, the federal court system's online records database. Now PACER's website has just been redesigned.

Frequently used links such as registering for a new account are accessible at multiple points on the home page. Answers to frequently asked questions and important news updates are now more prominently displayed. There are also helpful resources for PACER users, such as a guide to case type codes and a user manual.

One new feature announced recently by PACER is the availability of digital audio recordings online. These digital recordings are a fraction of the cost of obtaining a CD at a court clerk's office.

PACER is a subscription service, but you can use it for free at the Federal Clerk's Office of the U.S. District Court for the State of Utah at 350 South Main Street in Salt Lake City.


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