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.

The system, known as re:SearchTX, is designed to allow attorneys to access civil case records in any of the hundreds of district and county courts in all of Texas’ 254 counties through their computers. Texas trial and appellate court judges have had access to re:SearchTX since June.

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