Lawyers handling civil suits in Harris County district courts will soon have fewer excuses for missing a court hearing.

On Jan. 17, the Harris County District Clerk’s Office began testing an automated docketing feature that sends an e-mail to lawyers each weekend with a listing of all of their court hearings for the next week. By clicking on links in the e-mail, the lawyers have online access to docket information and all of the documents filed in the suit, which can help them prepare at home for their hearings.

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