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UPDATE: The State Bar confirmed the data breach was due to a glitch in Tyler Technologies Odyssey case management system. The data was made public due to the unique way that judyrecords gathered public records.

“We have confirmed that this was not a hack, but rather an access vulnerability problem with our Odyssey system. We thank judyrecords for quickly removing the files and look forward to similarly working expeditiously with Tyler Technologies to take the necessary steps to address this issue,” said Leah Wilson, State Bar executive director.

Judyrecords disabled its search function March 1.

San Bernardino Superior Court’s information was

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