Miami-Dade court file overhaul gathering dust
Written by Jesse Scheckner on January 12, 2021
More than two years after Miami-Dade commissioners voted to spend up to $55.5 million to overhaul the county’s court case and file management system, case files are still in paper form, sitting in boxes in storerooms collecting dust.
Now, with a global pandemic accentuating the absence of a contactless system and retirement of the county’s top tech official imminent, the commissioner behind the directive is again demanding something be done to bring the county courts into the 21st Century.
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