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The next big problem is the officer’s handwriting. When he turns the citation into the county clerk’s office, the clerks who enter the citation’s information into the computer system might battle to read the officer’s handwriting. Not to mention that the clerks themselves can make a data entry mistake. This process has been improved with the movement towards electronic citations, whereby the officer types the information into his computer. All in all though, the journey of the data up until this point is a messy and error-riddled one.
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