Why are North Carolina courts so far behind in technology?

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The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice found that each year, across our state, more than four miles of shelving is needed to maintain the paperwork for new court cases.

In this day and age when we can FaceTime a friend across the world, why are North Carolina courts so far behind in technology?

FOX8 On Your Side's Melissa Painter investigates.

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