Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Stay Out

Effective today, the Maine Supreme Judicial Court has entered an order that bars law enforcement officers, probation officers, lawyers, juvenile caseworkers, and members of the public into the clerks offices of the Superior, District, and Supreme Judicial courts. The order also prohibits all non employees from access to the court's computer terminals except "any terminals that may be installed for information retrieval only."

Wonder if there is a backstory to this order. (Mike Frisch)

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Does this prohibit family members of judges from access to these computers as well? (in keeping with the backstory)

Posted by: Patrick S. O'Donnell | Oct 1, 2008 7:25:47 AM

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