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January 23, 2004

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Jane

Last time I checked, an attorney can file electronically using the court's computer. This is the way pro se litigants will choose to file. So, if you are in a bind and aren't on-line with the court, go to the courthouse, scan in your document and e-file it right there. And, by the way, with all the computer demands and personal knowledge required, I don't believe most people can be up and running in two days. You actually have to pass a test before you are given a password. Good luck!

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