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Friday, September 27, 2013
Courts - Still more on "link rot" in SCOTUS opinions
[O]n the general issue of linkrot, Ms. Arberg [SCOTUS spokesperson] said, “The Court prefers to cite printed materials rather than materials available only on the Internet, precisely because of their transient nature. Where citation to Internet materials is unavoidable, the Court captures the page and includes it in the case file within the Clerk’s Office.”ILB: So I guess the "linked" video(s) is/are also in The Case File, for those who'd care to make the trip.
The case file isn’t available online. But at least you can still literally link to the cited material — albeit via an Amtrak train to Washington, D.C.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 27, 2013 10:49 AM
Posted to Courts in general