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1. Letter of April 6, 1988 to Direct Service and Regulation Chiefs Adoption Supervisors from William Griffin. Regarding Supreme Court rule on court proceedings by telephone

2. 967.08 Telephone proceedings

3. 807.13 Telephone and audio-visual proceedings

4. Letter of July 5, 1989 to James Fullin from Dr. Robert D. Miller regarding telephone testimony

5. Summary of Proceedings of the September 15, 1989 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

6. Resolution of 1983 Judicial Conference -- Technology and the Courts. In the Matter of the Amendment of the Rules of Civil, Criminal and Appellate Procedure: Proceedings by Telephone and Audio-Visual Means, Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 55 (1988). Teleconferencing comes to Wisconsin Courts , Wisconsin Bar Bulletin 8, 70 (1988). Telephone Conferencing in Civil and Criminal Court Cases, March 1984

7. Letter of October 10, 1989 from Judge Thomas S. Williams to James Fullin regarding Background Paper mailed to Telephone/FAX Committee

8. Memorandum of October 11, 1989 by John H. Rockwell regarding FAX machines in courts. Attached newspaper and journal articles. Minnesota Rules of Court State and Federal 1989

9. Summary of Proceedings of the October 13, 1989 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

10. Letter of October 13, 1989 to Telephone/FAX Committee from James Fullin regarding Supreme Court Changes to Judicial Council Telephone Rules

11. Letter of November 7, 1989 to James Fullin from Joan F. Kessler with enclosures regarding facsimile documents for filing

12.Letter of November 9, 1989 to Judge Thomas S. Williams from Richard J. Sankovitz regarding Document filing via facsimile machine

13. Fax Committee Agenda November 10, 1989

14. Summary of Proceedings of the November 10, 1989 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

15. Letter of November 22, 1989 to James Fullin from Dr. Robert D. Miller regarding telephone testimony in Wisconsin Courts

16. Summary of Proceedings of the December 15, 1989 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

17. Telephone and FAX machine questionnaires

18. Letter of January 11, 1990 to Wisconsin Judicial Council from Richard J. Sankovitz regarding Telephone and FAX machine questionnaire

19. Summary of Telephone and FAX machine questionnaire

20. Summary of Proceedings of the January 19, 1990 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

21. Letter of January 23, 1990 to Chief Justice Nathan S. Heffernan from James Fullin regarding deadline extension

22. Letter of February 1, 1990 to Judge Thomas S. Williams and James Fullin from Stuart G. Gullickson. Attached copy of correspondence between Professor Takeshi Kojima and Stuart G. Gullickson

23. Letter of February 8, 1990 to Judge Thomas S. Williams from Marilyn L. Graves regarding Fax technology

24. Letter of February 14, 1990 to James Fullin from Chief Justice Nathan S. Heffernan regarding deadline extension

25. Summary of Proceedings of the February 16, 1990 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee. Draft B Telephone/FAX

26. Letter of February 28, 1990 from Judge Robert W. Radcliffe to Judge Thomas S. Williams

27. Draft Report of Judicial Council Relating to Rules Permitting Conduct of Judicial Proceedings by Telephone or Live Audiovisual Means. Various memoranda regarding Telephone/FAX

28. Summary of Proceedings of the March 16, 1990 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

29. Summary of Proceedings of the April 20, 1990 meeting of the Telephone/Fax Committee

30. Letter of April 26, 1990 from Douglas J. Simpson to Judge Thomas S. Williams regarding Proposed Amendment (s. 801.15 (5), Stats.)

31. Letter of May 7, 1990 from Judge Allan J. Deehr to Judge Thomas Williams regarding facsimile transmission in the courts

32. Draft Report of Judicial Council Relating to Rules Permitting Conduct of Judicial Proceedings by Telephone or Live Audiovisual Means (May 11, 1990)

Subject: Telephone/FAX

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1. 1989 Wisconsin Act 336

2. Pat Foran, Businesses, courts weigh ramifications of faxing the facts , The Business Journal Magazine, May 14, 1990, 3-5

3. Summary of Proceedings of the May 18, 1990 meeting of Telephone/FAX Committee

4. Letter of June 8, 1990 to James Fullin from J. Denis Moran regarding s. 804.06 (2)

5. Letter of June 12, 1990 to Telephone/FAX Committee from James Fullin regarding decision tree for fax rules

6. Letter of June 15, 1990 to Larry Heuer from Judge Thomas S. Williams regarding telephone testimony

7. Report of Judicial Council Relating to Rules Permitting Conduct of Judicial Proceedings by Telephone or Live Audiovisual Means (June 22, 1990)

8. 1990-91 Judicial Council Meeting Schedule

9. Memorandum of July 16, 1990 to Circuit Court Judges, et. al regarding the use of facsimile transmissions to file proceedings, etc.

10. FAX Rules Draft A 8/10/1990

11. Summary of Proceedings of the June 22, 1990 meeting of Telephone/FAX Committee

12. Summary of Proceedings of the August 17, 1990 meeting of Telephone/FAX Committee

13. Petition in re s. 801.14 (2) and (5), 801.15 (5), 801.16, 802.05 (1) (c) and 809.80, relating to filing and service of pleadings, motions and other papers by facsimile transmission. Accompanied by mail ballots on petition

14. Memorandum of September 18, 1990 from Judge Ralph Adam Fine to All Court of Appeals Judges regarding Judicial Council meeting of September 14, 1990. Attached copy of Letter of October 18, 1990 to Eva M. Soeka from Allan J. Deehr, et. al regarding proposed facsimile rule changes

15. Letter of October 11, 1990 to James Fullin from Judge Ralph Adam Fine regarding proposal concerning facsimile technology

16. Letter of November 20, 1990 to Telephone/FAX Committee from James Fullin regarding proposed FAX rules

17. Memorandum of January 15, 1991 to James Fullin from Bob Miller regarding committee on FAX. Attached copy of The Friendly Guide to Safe FAX Dr., B Comfortable Answers Some of Your Questions

18. Petition in re s. 801.14 (2) and (5), 801.15 (5), 801.16 and 802.05 (1) (c), relating to filing and service of pleadings, motions and other papers by facsimile transmission

19. Letter of January 29, 1991 to Telephone/FAX Committee from James Fullin regarding changes to petition

20. Order in the matter of the amendment of the Rules of Civil Procedure: sections 801.14, 801.15, 801.16 and 802.05, stats. – filing and service by facsimile transmission

21. Letter of February 6, 1991 to Judge Peter G. Pappas from L. C. Hammond, Jr. regarding conflict between section 804.05 (3) (b) 2 and section 804.05 (8), Wis. Stats.

22. Letter of February 25, 1991 to Orlan Prestegard from Thomas S. Williams regarding hearing on the FAX petition before the Supreme Court

23. Letter of April 2, 1991 to Marilyn L. Graves from John R. Ament regarding s. 801.14 (2) and (5), 801.15 (5), 801.16 and 802.05 (1) (c) relating to filing and service of pleadings, motions and other papers by facsimile transmissions

24. Letter of April 19, 1991 to Marilyn L. Graves from Hon. Allan J. Deehr regarding 801.14, 801.15, 801.16 and 802.05 stats.

25. FAX Concerns for Court Use

26. Letter of April 24, 1991 to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices from Judge Thomas S. Williams and James Fullin regarding proposed FAX rules

27. Order in the matter of the amendment of the rules of civil procedure: sections 801.14, 801.15, 801.16 and 802.05, stats. – filing and service by facsimile transmission

27.1 Letter of September 9, 1991, to Gary J. Barczak from Jacqueline E. Frakes

27.2 Fax Surveys Received by Clerks May 1993. Accompanied by fax rules of various Wisconsin counties

28. Report to the Wisconsin Supreme Court on the Impact of the “FAX Rules” 161 Wis. 2d xvii (1991)

29. Evaluation of Telephone Rules

30. 802.05 (1) (c), 801.15 (5), 801.14 (5)

31. Filing Facsimile Transmissions in Wisconsin Courts Report of the Records Technology Committee

32. Committee to Evaluate the Phone Rules Background Paper

33. 801.16

34. FAX Petition – Argument, Judge Thomas S. Williams, Hearing before the Supreme Court April 16, 1:30 p.m.

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