Law library Web resources go wireless
As a service to the public and the local bar, the Newton County law Library will provide wireless internet access to Lexis Nexis, Westlaw and other legal research and informational Web sites in the Newton County Judicial Center. Legal research through the use of computers located in the law library on the second floor of the Judicial Center is already available; however, allowing access by judges and attorneys during court proceedings will allow cases to be handled more efficiently. The new service will be demonstrated at 10 a.m. Nov. 14 in Superior Court Courtroom III, on the second floor of the Newton County Judicial Center. Local attorneys and the public are welcome.
The Newton County Law Library is managed and operated by a board of trustees chaired by Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Ozburn, Members are Superior Court Judge Horace Johnson, Probate Judge Henry Baker, Clerk of Superior Court Linda D. Hays and attorneys Edward Crudup and David Strickland. The law library is available for public use during the operating hours of the Judicial
Center, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.