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PACER stands for "Public Access to Court Electronic Records" and is a service that allows users to access docket and case records from US federal courts.

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Can I search for a type of case using Pacer.gov?

My interest is not in one particular case, but in a type of case (e.g., class action employment discrimination under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, as amended). Is there a way to search for ...
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Where on pacer.gov can one order audio files?

This PACER training manual mentions audio files but gives no details about them: https://www.pacer.gov/documents/pacermanual.pdf Can the general pubic order audio files of federal district courtroom ...
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Where on Pacer.gov should I look for affidavits authored by a certain expert?

I've heard that it is possible to search pacer.gov to find all affidavits authored by a specific expert. But I cannot find that function on the? I did not find anything on this in this training ...
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How to access US court proceedings if not a US citizen?

How do you access US court proceedings/records if you are not a US citizen? I've tried using the Pacer website, however, they require a verification code, which is posted to you (if you live in the ...
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Use of the RECAP browser extension when accessing PACER

There are benefits to using the RECAP browser plugin when accessing information in PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records): not paying to access PACER documents that have been cached by ...