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A. The presiding judge of the superior court may provide for the electronic filing of documents and electronic access to superior court records, pursuant to rules adopted by the supreme court. If the presiding judge of the superior court provides access or filing privileges to attorneys, the privileges must also be provided to pro se litigants. Access or filing privileges provided to attorneys pursuant to this subsection may be limited to records of cases in which the attorney is a party or is on file with the court as the attorney of record for one of the parties. Access or filing privileges provided to pro se litigants pursuant to this subsection may be limited to records related to the pro se litigant's own case.
B. The presiding judge may impose a fee of not more than one hundred dollars per year for an annual on-line access subscription plus a fee of not more than two dollars per minute for on-line access to superior court records. The clerk of the court shall collect the fees and transmit them to the county treasurer who shall account for them separately and deposit them in the document storage and retrieval conversion fund established by section 12-284.01. The clerk of the court shall spend monies deposited in the fund pursuant to this section to improve access to superior court records, in coordination with the presiding judge of the superior court and the board of supervisors.
C. All filings that are made electronically pursuant to this section are subject to the fees established pursuant to section 12-284.