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Fax machines are not (yet) extinct.
Sure, you may have a paperless office. Everything is scanned, saved, and emailed. There are times, however, when you need to fax a document to the court or opposing counsel. Do you need a fax machine? No. You can send and receive faxes as .pdf attachments in your email inbox.
Here’s how to send and receive faxes on your iPad – and the most popular e-fax services.
He has an account with eFax, which gives him a fax number that sends PDF versions of FAXs to his email. When officers need warrants signed after hours, they can fax the warrant to his eFax number, he can then review the warrant on his iPad, if it is appropriate he can sign and date it using one of the iPad PDF programs, and then he can e-mail the signed document back to eFax so that the officer receives a signed fax and can execute the warrant.
The judge receives the fax as an email attachment. He clicks on the .pdf file, taps the action (box-and-arrow) button in the upper right corner, chooses “Open-In” and uses either PDF Expert or SignMyPad to sign the warrant.
More information on signing and sending pleadings:
The most popular fax services on your iPad:
As they say, justice never sleeps. Or was that Batman? Either way, kudos to the judge for his commitment to Texas law enforcement at all hours.
Upcoming EventsRoanoke Valley Paralegals Association
May 9, 2013
Topic: "iPad Presentation at Trial: Presenting Your Case with TrialPad, Keynote, and Exhibit View"