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Redesigned US Courts Website Is Unveiled


U.S. Court's site redesigned.

The federal judiciary has unveiled a redesigned website intended to make it easier for users to access court information and interact with multimedia.

E-mail updates, widgets and a free read-aloud service for vision-impaired users are among the enhancements, the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts explains in a press release.

To access the new site and take a tour, click here (link is at lower left of screen).

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