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Published on May 9, 2014
One of my friends was teaching us how to use the Georgian court websites, in the middle she showed us how she modifies her search terms to get some results in supreme court cases, unlike the constitutional court search page which lets you search for an empty string and see all results...
http://prg.supremecourt.ge/ * Requires search to find documents * Need to use very general search terms to get any results, and results you get are not always relevant to your case you are working on * Documents are .html which is excellent for machines but she didnt seem to excited about it. Maybe firefox users don't realize they can print them to pdf to save them for offline reading because this isn't built into firefox, unlike chrome...
http://constcourt.ge/index.php?lang_i... * Requires no search to find documents * Documents are in .doc format which users are used to * Easy to download documents so you can read them offline when you are in the village, or put on a usb key if you are using someone else's computer for the internet.