If a Tree Falls In the Forest and No One is Around…
March 17, 2009
I’ve heard of going paperless, but this takes it to a new level. Click on the title to read the full story…
This would be comical if it were not so absurd. But there are serious ramifications to this.
The Sheriff apparently has trouble buying paper of his own. If the criminal case is not filed on paper, does it even exist?
I’m not necessarily trying to be funny. These are legitimate questions. Will alleged offenders continue to sit in holding cells, at taxpayer expense far beyond the cost of office supplies, until volunteers drop off a box of paper so the arraignment can be typed up?
I can’t wait to see how this plays out. Somewhere, I hear Dwight Schrute in the distance…
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