CourthouseForum.com Tops 200,000 Visits in First Month

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Since its launch on Aug. 1, 2005, CourthouseForum.com has had more than 200,000 visits to the website. Visits are exceeding 20,000 per day. The website's features provide information on courts, judges and cases.

Our plan is to ultimately have a link to every court and judge’s website on the Internet

CourthouseForum.com, the Internet’s only website dedicated to providing a way to monitor, discuss and evaluate all of the nation’s courts and judges, has received more than 200,000 visits to the website since its launch on Aug. 1, 2005. Daily visits to the site are regularly exceeding 20,000.

CourthouseForum.com’s website structure is based upon the nation’s court systems. It currently has forums for virtually every federal court and judge, as well as the appellate courts and judges of all 50 states. It also has forums for most trial courts and judges of 26 states and the District of Columbia.

"Within the next few days, we will be adding to the website the trial courts and judges of four additional states. With this addition, we will have completed forums for approximately 82% of the nation’s courts and judges," said Roy Bray, President of Government Forums, Inc., the website’s owner.

In addition to participating in forums, visitors to the website can use a variety of features as a resource tool for locating information about courts and judges. "Our plan is to ultimately have a link to every court and judge’s website on the Internet," said Bray. "In addition to the many features we already have, visitors should expect to see an exciting new feature added to the website in the very near future."

CourthouseForum.com has also begun posting on the website copies of court filings in high profile cases, such as the recently tried Vioxx case of Carol Ernst v. Merck & Co., Inc. "As far as we know, CourthouseForum.com is the only place on the Internet where actual court documents in this case can be viewed by the public. We will also be adding court documents from other cases on an ongoing basis."

With its database of courts and judges, links to their websites and biographical information, as well as case information, CourthouseForum.com serves as a valuable resource for the public to learn more about the nation’s courts, judges and court systems.

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