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Why am I receiving the message "you do not have permission to view this document"? North Dakota

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  • Why am I receiving the message "you do not have permission to view this document"? North Dakota

    Electronic access to Social Security Administration case documents is limited to parties in the case. In addition, documents from criminal cases filed prior to November 1, 2004 are only available electronically to the parties in the case. So when attempting to view either of these document types, the CM/ECF system will display the message "you do not have permission to view this document." If you are an attorney of record or another party in the case, you must enter your ECF filing ID before trying to access these documents. All others interested in these documents should contact the clerk's office for information about viewing copies. Criminal documents filed after November 1, 2004 are available electronically through PACER once a court has upgraded to the correct version of the CM/ECF software.
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