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Filing a complaint against a Delaware judge just got easier

A new website from the Delaware Judiciary speeds up the filing process, somewhat.

A gavel. (Photo by Flickr user Joe Gratz, used under a Creative Commons license)

Got a complaint to file against a Delaware judge? Good news: Now you don’t have to make a pit stop at the courthouse to pick up the necessary paperwork like it’s 1995. You can just visit the website.
Recently launched by the Delaware Judiciary, the website allows users to download the forms, print them and fill them out in the comfort of their own homes.
Just one thing — you still have to snail-mail that paperwork back to the courthouse.
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