http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/07/13/loc_wwwloc3net13.html In another clash over public access to court records online, judges in southern Ohio's Butler County have ordered the removal of domestic relations cases from a Web site, the Cincinnati Enquirer says. By law, the records are still publicly available at the courthouse, but hundreds of people have complained about them being taken off the Internet. To allow public access, a court clerk must let users onto the computer network in secure employee areas, which . . .
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