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October 21, 2008

PACER Adds Audio to Docket

Pacer has added audio from selected District and Bankruptcy courts to the docket listings in the service.  These recordings will be available for download for a fee of 8 cents aside from any fees associated with the docket reports.  Some courts, such as the Seventh Circuit, have had audio recordings of oral arguments for some time.  This is a bit different.  Transcripts have traditionally not been available through Pacer, even though they may be in the court file.  The audio recordings are not a substitute, but they may help determine if one needs to order up a transcript.  The press release is here.

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