Electronic court filing running in all but 1 Kentucky county

All but one Kentucky county now offers electronic filing in court cases.

The Administrative Office of the Courts says it began Wednesday offering electronic case filing in Adair, Boyle, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Marion, Mercer, Monroe, Russell, Taylor, Washington and Wayne counties.

The only county remaining among Kentucky’s 120 is Jefferson. The agency says it expects to launch the program there on Oct. 21.

The system allows attorneys with access to file case documents electronically around the clock.

Since the program was launched in December 2013, more than 1,000 attorneys and others have filed more than 52,000 documents electronically.

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