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How to use "Machine-accessible" in context?
A machine-accessible court is a court where the public can view and or participate in civil or criminal proceedings by means of digital devices. Some countries with machine-accessible courts are the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Brazil. In some instances all parties in a civil or criminal case are required to be able to access the court's electronic docket, including non-participating plaintiffs, defendants, and non-governmental organizations. Although there have been a few fatalities associated with machine-accessible courts, the overall trend has been a reduction in the use of physical courtrooms to conduct civil and criminal proceedings.
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