Thursday, June 30, 2016

"Back on the record"

The website of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces is once again accessible to the public. (H/T to Global Military Justice Reform contributor Phil Cave.)

Government agencies are known to have plans in place for emergencies. Perhaps it would be a good idea for the Court of Appeals to have a standby arrangement so that public access to its decisions and orders could be shifted to a different server if the need arises. The latest interruption adds a further reason for the Court (as well as the service courts of criminal appeals) to shift over to the federal courts' PACER system.

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