Philadelphia’s court system website was shut down Tuesday afternoon to “safeguard” its systems after the First Judicial District experienced a “virus intrusion on a limited number of computers,” said city spokesperson Mike Dunn. The city didn’t provide details on when they expected to fully go back online.

The shutdown has left the First Judicial District’s website, online civil docket search and the e-filing system for civil and criminal cases inaccessible. Public access to court filings through the city’s public computers for criminal records, filings, motions and appeals were also down as of Friday afternoon.

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