Texas Launches Its Own Version of PACER, But Only a Few Lawyers Will Have Access

A dream recently came true for many for Texas lawyers as a database has been created that keeps track of all state and county court civil pleadings, much like the federal court's beloved Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER). And the Texas Supreme Court just approved a rule that grants access to the new state system, but only to a few attorneys.

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