Delaware courts make 'dramatic' improvements towards going digital through UD partnership

Delaware Chief Justice Leo Strine is striving for a digital courts system in Delaware. 

The Chief Justice for the Supreme Court of Delaware announced Monday in a public letter to Governor John Carney his intention to retire from the court system come autumn. 

According to Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr., he'll step down "upon the nomination, confirmation, and swearing in of [his] successor." 

Strine said he was grateful to the people of the state, the governors he has served under, relevant public servants across all branches of government, and his colleagues. 

His entire letter of resignation is included below: 

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