Monthly Archives: May 2009

Court Case Notification

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The Superior Court in Maricopa County, Arizona has a feature available in it’s public access to court records called case notification. This feature allows a registered user to flag cases of interest such that when changes occur on the flagged case, the user will be notified via email that there has been an update to the case. The email will provide a link for the user to log in to view the recent changes.  An individual must be registered to use this system and can flag up to 20 cases for tracking. Currently this system is only in place … Read More

New York Public Information Website

The New York Attorney General’s office has a public information website designed to assist the public in finding and monitoring government information on a statewide basis. This website contains information on state elected officials, including their campaign finance reports, lobbyists and their records of who has paid them, legislative bills and supporting documents as well as records on those bills that were vetoed. There is also information on state corporations, charities and state contracts. Anyone can search this website by keyword or by using a “smart search” which accounts for misspellings, acronyms, transcription errors and other situtations that often hinder … Read More