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United State Courts' Website Redesigned

fedct.jpgThe Federal Courts' website was recently redesigned to be more user friendly and to make it easier to find information about the courts. For example, now it's much easier to find out which states are included in what districts using the interactive court locator map. While the older version of the site hosted some video, now all multimedia is grouped together so you can easily locate photos, podcasts and video in one place.

New enhancements include easier ways to stay up-to-date with Federal Court information through RSS feeds and customizable email delivery service. The new website also includes links to easily research court rules and amendments.

What do you think of the new Federal Courts' site?


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