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Our online services are available 24 hours a day.

Login or register for access to our public court lists, media court lists, copy orders, small claims, EJO debt register searching, public searching, ICOS accounts, EJO and ICOS case tracking services andfine payments online.

Please be aware that if multiple users are working from home accessing the same ICOS online account at the same time, it may cause the account to lock whilst performing searches. If this happens, users can go to their search history, and users will be able to reprint any search reports that were generated. For any searches that didn’t complete properly, users will be able to go into the search history and select the Re-search button to do the search again free of charge.

If you are having difficulties with any of our Online Services


To ensure the service performance of our infrastructure it is necessary that we perform routine maintenance, therefore you might experience a temporary disruption to our online services during our maintenance activities. Maintenance is currently scheduled to run between 6:00pm and 8:00pm each Monday evening. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

When launching one of our online applications using Google Chrome or similar browsers you will be prompted to 'allow pop-ups.' You will need to choose 'always for this site' in order to be able to access any of the applications.

Software Requirements

Most documents produced in the online services are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. You need Adobe Reader installed in order to view these documents. You will also need a browser supporting the latest encryption standards. If you can log into the website successfully then this will be suitable for the online services.

Privacy Notice

Please take a few minutes to read our NICTS Privacy Notice to see how your personal information is processed.


All of the following online services, with the exception of the Public Court Lists Online service require you to login before you can access the service.

Register for a new account or login to an existing one.

Security Statement

The Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service understands how important the security and confidentiality of your information is to you. This is why all content exchanged using our online services is conducted over a secure connection to our servers and why we automatically log you out of our website after 1 hour of inactivity or 1 hour between page changes. You can read further about the technology used to protect customers on our website by clicking on this link.

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You should ensure that your password and PIN (if applicable) are not divulged to other parties. If you have any concerns about the security of your password or PIN, please call us on 0300 200 7812.

Refund Application Form (Multiple Surname Search)

If more than one search has been required to be completed on a married female (i.e. married and maiden name searched) or a non-English name then you may be entitled to a refund of the additional search fee.

Non-contentious Probate Portal

The probate portal allows users to apply and pay for straightforward non-contentious probate online. More information on Probate can be found here:

To access this service, members of the public must create an account on NI Direct using a valid e-mail address – you can find out more information here -

Legal practitioners must create a verified account (existing verified accounts, e.g. to access the Legal Services Agency (LSA) Legal Aid Management System (LAMS) account, can be used for the probate portal) and use their ICOS account number and PIN to access the portal. If you do not know these details please contact 0300 200 7812.

Apply here:

Enter a Caveat online

Users can now enter caveats online. You can find more information on caveats here:

Access to this service is through the probate portal and the log in process is as outlined above.

Apply here:

ICOS Online Searching Modules

Please note that not all Orders can be obtained online and some may have to be requisitioned for example Bankruptcy, Court of Appeal, Adoption, Injunctions and Free Text orders.

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Please be aware that if multiple users are working from home accessing the same ICOS online account at the same time, it may cause the account to lock whilst performing searches. If this happens, users can go to their search history, and users will be able to reprint any search reports that were generated. For any searches that didn’t complete properly, users will be able to go into the search history and select the Re-search button to do the search again free of charge.

Here you can perform the following searches:

  • Bankruptcy & Companies (Data held within last 10 years) Cost £26 per search
  • King's Bench & Chancery (Date held from 1 December 2004) Cost £26 per search
  • Probate records (Data held since 1 January 1986) Cost £26 per search
  • Decree Absolute (Data held since 1 January 1996) Cost £26 per search

Before completing a Decree Absolute search users should read the decree absolute guidance

Payment can be made by Visa, MasterCard or from an ICOS pre-paid account.

Please note: there may be an issue that stops some existing customers accessing the payment screen which is out of our immediate control. To resolve this particular issue will require the customer to have a change made to their own Firewall settings: add the following URL to their Trusted sites/Firewall whitelist:

  • Launch ICOS Public Search Service

User Guides

  • Public Searching User Guide - Account Holders
  • Public Searching User Guide - Pay As You Go Users
  • Public Searching User Guide - Voucher

EJO Case Tracking Online

The EJO Case Tracking Service provides information on Creditor(s), Debtor(s) and other interested parties attached to an enforcement application. Access can only be granted to the cases in which you are a party to (creditor or their solicitors).

If you wish to use this facility please contact us so we can activate your account to access the EJO Case Tracking facility.

  • Launch EJO Case Tracking

User Guide

  • EJO Case Tracking Service User Guide

EJO Debt Register Searching

Important Customer Information

From the evening of the 24 January 2023, any search certificate produced relating to a Article 22 Possession of Land (22PL) case that is contained on the Register will no longer display the Notice of Intent (NOI) Fee or Enforcement (ENF) Fee and they will all be displayed as £0.00. This is to ensure that the EJO complies with Legislation relating to the non-recovery of the NOI and ENF fees as fees relating to 22PL cases are not recoverable by the EJO in accordance with EJO Legislation. This does not mean that any fees are not due, it reflects that they are not recoverable by the EJO. If required, you should contact the named creditor or their solicitor (if any) for information relating to this and other legal costs.

A sample new search certificate relating to a 22PL case can be viewed by clicking the link

To access this service you must first Login/Register to create a new account and request access to your cases. If you are an ICOS account holder and wish to use this facility please contact us so we can activate your account to access the EJO Case Tracking facility.

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The EJO Debt Register Service will enable you to conduct a judgment search detailing judgments held (if any) against a person or company in the last 6 years.

The current fee for this facility is £26.00 per name search. You can pay by pre-paid account or pay as you go. Please see the guides below to help you through the process.

Pre-paid Account Holders should contact the Accounts Team in the EJO for information on how to credit their pre-paid account with funds at either: telephone 0300 200 7812.

Pay as you go users can purchase vouchers by a Visa or MasterCard.

Please note: there may be an issue that stops some existing customers accessing the payment screen which is out of our immediate control. To resolve this particular issue will require the customer to have a change made to their own Firewall settings: add the following URL to their Trusted sites/Firewall whitelist:

  • Launch EJO Debt Register Search

User Guides

  • EJO Debt Register User Guide - Pay As You Go Users
  • EJO Debt Register User Guide - Account Holders

Small Claims Online

Before you begin a small claim you should be aware that if the respondent has no money to pay the amount of the claim you may not get your money. The Enforcement of Judgments Office (EJO) is part of the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service and will help you to recover the amount claimed by enforcing any decree that you are granted.

The EJO maintains a Judgments Register to which you can search against a possible debtor for a fee. This will show whether the respondent already owes any money to other people. You can then use this information to help you decide whether or not you want to proceed to issue your small claim.

Our 'Small Claims Guide' provides customers with a general overview of the small claims procedure. When you are ready to commence your application, you should ensure you are logged into the site and click the 'Launch Small Claims Online' button below. Payments on our site can be made by Visa debit/credit card or MasterCard debit/credit card or from an ICOS pre-paid account.

  • Launch Small Claims Online

User Guides

  • Small Claims Guide
  • Small Claims Online User Guide
  • List of fees for the Small Claims Court

Copy Orders Online

Orders made on or after 1 January 2007 are available online for some business areas. The current fee for each order selected online is £12. Payment can be made by Visa debit/credit card or Mastercard debit/credit card or from an ICOS pre-paid account. Click here for more information on the Copy Orders Online Facilities.

  • Launch Copy Orders Online

User Guide

  • Copy Orders Online User Guide

Public Court Lists Online

Public Court Lists is a free service which allows you to view the court lists for civil, criminal and family business for any court venue for the next 14 days.Court lists are refreshed daily at 10.00pm.

  • Launch Public Court Lists Online

User Guide

  • Public Court Lists Online User Guide

Media Court Lists Online

Media Court Lists Online is an online service available to accredited journalists to get access to information on criminal courts for the next 14 days.In order to access this service, journalists must sign up and agree to a Memorandum of Understanding which sets out the arrangements by which the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service will provide media court lists to subscribers.

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Media Court Lists are updated on a daily basis at 22:00.

Please note that details of that day’s listings will be unavailable after 22:00.

  • Launch Media Court Lists Online

ICOS Case Tracking Online

This free online service allows solicitor firms, government departments and other organisations to securely access case details for civil, criminal and family cases in which they are involved.

To use this service you need to login using the username previously assigned to you by Courts and Tribunals Service. You will also need your password and PIN.

If you do not know these details please contact 0300 200 7812

  • Launch ICOS Case Tracking Online

User Guide

  • ICOS Case Tracking Online Service User Guide

ICOS Accounts Online

This online service allows you to view ICOS prepaid account balances online and print or download ICOS pre-paid account statements. You can also lodge money into your ICOS pre-paid account online using a Visa debit/credit card or a MasterCard debit/credit card.

To use this service you need to login using the username previously assigned to you by Courts and Tribunals Service. You will also need your password and PIN. If you do not know these details please contact 0300 200 7812.

Please note: there may be an issue that stops some existing customers accessing the payment screen which is out of our immediate control. To resolve this particular issue will require the customer to have a change made to their own Firewall settings: add the following URL to their Trusted sites/Firewall whitelist:

  • Launch ICOS Accounts Online

Fine Payments Online

If you have been fined on or after 22 January 2010, you can now pay your fine anytime online. The term "fine" is used to cover court-imposed monetary penalties, juror fines and fixed penalties which have been registered with the court.

If your fine can be paid online, the court documentation, fine notice or letter, you have received will contain a Case Reference and an Online Account Reference. You will need both of these in order to pay your fine online.

At present, we only accept MasterCard and Visa credit and debit cards for online payments.

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You may also pay your fine by telephone using a credit or debit card. Telephone the Customer Service Centre on 0300 200 7812 during normal office hours; or by posting a cheque or postal order payable to Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunals Service, quoting your case reference number and name, to

Customer Service Centre
P.O. Box 256

Note that failure to pay your fine within the time allowed may result in a warrant being issued, committing you to prison or a young offenders centre. The issue of a warrant may also increase the amount you are due to pay.

  • Launch Fine Payments Online

User Guides

  • Fine Payments Online User Guide
  • Fine Collection and Enforcement Service Means Enquiry Form
  • Further information on fine collection

Contact us

If you are having difficulties with any of our Online Services you can contact our Web Team using the following details;

  • Tel: 0300 200 7812
  • E-mail:


How do I get my records from TDCJ? ›

Requests can be submitted by e-mail, U.S. mail, hand delivery, or electronic submission through the TDCJ website as follows:
  1. E-mail:
  2. Mailing address: TDCJ Public Information Request. PO Box 4017. ...
  3. Hand delivery: 2 Financial Plaza, Suite 600. ...
  4. TDCJ website: Public Information Act Request Form.

What is Department of Justice responsible for? ›

The Department of Justice enforces federal laws, seeks just punishment for the guilty, and ensures the fair and impartial administration of justice.

What TDCJ units are closing down? ›

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice to close two prison units in 2020. After significant analysis of trends and data the Texas Department of Criminal Justice is announcing that the Garza East unit in Beeville and Jester I in Richmond will close in the coming months.

How do I send an email to a TDCJ inmate? ›

Letters sent to inmates shall include the inmate's name, TDCJ number, unit name, and address on the envelope. All mail addressed to inmates must be received through authorized channels; letters for different inmates should not be included in the same envelope.

How do I get my criminal record online in Texas? ›

Complete the Request for Information form below and submit it to:
  1. Email:, or.
  2. Mail to: Judicial Branch Certification Commission. Attn: Record Requests. PO Box 12066. Austin, TX 78711-2066.
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How much time do you serve on a 5 year sentence in TDCJ? ›

What can be determined is how long an offender must serve before the parole board will consider their case. If the offender was sentenced to five years for committing a 3(g) offense they must serve half of their sentence, two and a half years, before the parole board can consider them for parole.

Why would I get mail from the Department of Justice? ›

The Department of Justice customarily sends target letters to individuals who are the target of a grand jury investigation and to those who are the subject of a grand jury investigation.

Is the FBI under the DOJ? ›

The FBI is an intelligence-driven and threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities. It is the principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Justice and a full member of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

What are the 3 agencies under the DOJ? ›


What is the biggest TDCJ unit in Texas? ›

The largest TDCJ prison is the Coffield Unit, with a capacity of 4,021 inmates.

What does G4 mean in TDCJ? ›

The principal custody designations for Institutional offenders are General Population Level 1 (G1), General Population Level 2 (G2), General Population Level 3 (G3), General Population Level 4 (G4), General Population Level 5 (G5) and maximum (administrative segregation) custody.

Why do Texas prisons not have AC? ›

Beyond the courts, substantial change lies in the hands of the Texas Legislature. Texas county jails are required to be cooled to at least 85 degrees, but state lawmakers have previously rejected proposals to air condition state prisons after seeing the expected price tag.

How do I send a digital message to someone in jail? ›

Family and friends of inmates can setup an account at to send and receive electronic messages. Each message has a cost equivalent to $0.25, and there is an option to pre-pay for a reply from the inmate.

How do I send an inmate an email in Texas? ›

All inmate mail must contain the sender's full name and complete return address, the inmate's full name (the name he/she is booked into jail under), the inmate's SPN, the inmate's housing facility and cell block location. If incoming mail does not have the above information on it, it will be returned to the sender.

How do I email a prisoner? ›

You cannot email prisoners directly, but you can use a service called Email a Prisoner. If you send a message this way, it'll be printed out and delivered by prison staff.

Does criminal record clear after 7 years in Texas? ›

Does your criminal record clear after 7 years? Criminal records do not “clear” after 7 years. This is a common misconception. In Texas, misdemeanor and felony convictions remain on the record forever, and misdemeanor and felony charges remain on the record unless expunged or sealed.

How long does a felony stay on your record in Texas? ›

Felony, three years from the date of your arrest.

Do all prisoners serve half their sentence? ›

The majority of prison sentences passed in court will include time to be served in prison and time to serve in the community. This means that a prisoner will not spend the whole of their sentence in prison. The exceptions are life and extended sentences which are regulated by different rules.

How much time do you serve on a 3 year sentence in TDCJ? ›

On a 3(g) offense an TDCJ inmate must serve half of their sentence before being eligible for parole but they must serve two years before being eligible. Therefore, if an offender was sentenced to two years they will not become eligible for parole. If they are sentenced to three years they will eligible after two years.

Do you go straight to jail after sentencing in Texas? ›

If a defendant goes to court on their own, enters a plea of no contest or guilty with the prosecution, and is then given a sentence to jail, then they are going to go to jail immediately almost 100% of the time.

Why would DOJ come to your house? ›

Gathering Evidence. The DOJ and its subsidiaries will be responsible for gathering evidence to prosecute a crime. Sometimes, this might involve searching the property. This will require a warrant issued by a judge.

How do you know if the feds are investigating you? ›

One of the most common signs that you are under federal investigation is if agents from the FBI, IRS, or another federal agency show up at your door unexpectedly. They may come to ask you questions about a case they are working on or serve you with a search warrant.

Why would someone get a letter from the Department of Defense? ›

In federal criminal investigations, the DOJ customarily sends target letters to individuals who are either the target or the subject of a grand jury investigation. One who is considered a target is a person who the U.S. Attorney believes has “substantial evidence linking him or her to the commission of a crime.”

What agency is higher than the CIA? ›

The National Security Agency (NSA) is a national-level intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense, under the authority of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI).

Who is higher than the FBI? ›

Who investigates the FBI? Within the U.S. Department of Justice, the FBI is responsible to the attorney general, and it reports its findings to U.S. Attorneys across the country. The FBI's intelligence activities are overseen by the Director of National Intelligence.

Who is above the DOJ? ›

The Department of Justice – or “DOJ” – is the agency responsible for enforcing the federal law of the United States. The Attorney General of the United States – appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate – heads the DOJ with its more than 100,000 attorneys, special agents, and other staff.

Who investigates the DOJ? ›

The OIG investigates alleged violations of criminal and civil laws by DOJ employees and also audits and inspects DOJ programs. The Inspector General, who is appointed by the President subject to Senate confirmation, reports to the Attorney General and Congress.

What is the difference between DOD and DOJ? ›

The Department of Justice has primary responsibility for enforcement of federal laws in the United States District Courts. The Department of Defense has responsibility for the integrity of its programs, operations and installations and for the discipline of the Armed Forces.

What branch of government is the DOJ under? ›

federal executive department

How much does Texas pay per prisoner? ›


How much does a captain make at TDCJ? ›

Correctional Supervisor Salary Effective April 1, 2022
TitleSalary Group**Maximum Security Salary
Laundry Manager IVA18$4,697.43
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What does a fi2 mean for TDCJ? ›

FI-2 (Month/Year): Release on a specified future date. FI-3R (Month/Year): Transfer to a TDCJ rehabilitation program. Release to parole only after program completion and not earlier than three months from specified date.

What does TYC mean in jail? ›

The Texas Youth Commission is the state's juvenile corrections agency, responsible for the rehabilitation of the state's most serious youthful offenders.

What does OPI mean in TDCJ? ›

Offender Protection Investigation” (OPI) is a formal administrative investigative report documenting facts and findings associated with offender-on-offender allegations of sexual abuse, sexual harassment, extortion, violence, and threats of violence.

What does a Level 5 prisoner mean? ›

Custody level 5 is used for an inmate who needs maximum security and is placed in the Restricted Housing Unit (RHU), Special Management Unit (SMU), and Long-Term Segregation Unit (LTSU).

Can you vape in Texas prisons? ›

(d) The use of tobacco or vapor products inside TDCJ property is strictly prohibited.

How can I sleep better in jail? ›

Here are some key points from the guide:
  1. Stay Active: Many inmates mistakenly try to sleep away their sentence by taking cat naps all day long. ...
  2. Have a Bedtime Routine: Even though it will be different than home, establishing a new routine helps the body shut down and move into sleep mode.

Are Texas prisons heated? ›

The Texas Commission on Jail Standards, a state agency, requires that all county jails keep the temperature from 65 to 85 degrees. But that standard does not apply to state-run prisons. As a result, only one out of every three prisons in Texas is fully air-conditioned.

What app allows you to text inmates? ›

Visit Now on DemandWith Visit Now, there's no scheduling needed, and you can visit from the GettingOut Visits Android app. Messages. Photo Sharing. TabletsYour inmate has access to tablets.

What is the federal inmate texting app? ›

TextBehind® connects you with every inmate across America using text messages with photos, custom greeting cards and electronic money orders. Unlimited inmate reply letters will be electronically delivered right to your smart phone and email address wherever you are in the world.

Can someone text me from jail? ›

Yes. Text messaging used to use the CorrLinks system. To use, your friends and family would first sign up and create an account.

How do I write an inmate's letter online? ›

How to Easily Write to an Inmate with Our Messaging Service
  1. Step 1: Create a Free ConnectNetwork Account. Visit our website by going to and then, click “Create Account” in the header. ...
  2. Step 2: Add a Contact. ...
  3. Step 3: Buy Messaging Credits. ...
  4. Step 4: Write to an Inmate by Sending a Message.
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How do I talk to an inmate in jail in Texas? ›

Before you can receive calls from a TDCJ inmate, you must first register your telephone number:
  1. Internet: Texas Inmate Telephone Friends & Family Enrollment. Note: You will need the inmate's TDCJ ID number to register to receive telephone calls from him or her. ...
  2. Telephone: (866) 806-7804.

Does Amazon ship to prisons? › makes deliveries to prisons. However, we recommend that you contact the prison first to confirm that they accept deliveries and to ask about any special policies they have. The label on the outside of the package should only state the destination address, company name, and return address.

How long does it take for a prisoner to respond to an email? ›

Some establishments do not deliver emails on the weekend or Public Holidays. Please allow 3 working days for your message to be delivered to the recipient, if you are aware that the emails have not been delivered please contact us here.

How much does email a prisoner cost? ›

Messages cost just 42p and account users can email their correspondence direct to the prison, where the message is printed and placed into an envelope (for security on the wings) and distributed with the rest of the daily correspondence. A number of establishments have messages available on kiosks or in-cell devices.

Can prisoners reply to emails? ›

You may also have the option to send Photo Attachments for 30p per attachment. (Participating establishments only). Email a Prisoner also operates a reply service.

Does Texas have free public records? ›

Viewing or inspecting public records in Texas does not usually cost any money unless in cases where extensive searches are needed and the custodian charges for labor used in preparing the documents.

How do I find an old TDCJ inmate? ›

Search for an offender by providing a name, SID number or current TDCJ number (for previous TDCJ numbers, click the button below.) Click on the View Details link to see more information and to subscribe to notifications on that offender. TIP: To search for a partial match, use an asterisk (*).

How do I look up my old TDCJ number? ›

If you do not know their number you can find it through the online inmate search or by telephone at (936) 295-6371 or (800) 535-0283. The telephones are answered from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday.

How do I check my TDCJ parole status? ›

A: You may contact the Board of Pardons and Paroles status line in Austin at (844) 512-0461. Please have the offender's name, TDCJ-CID number and/or date of birth available to assist the staff in obtaining the correct information. Or, review the results on the TDCJ Inmate Search/Parole Review Information website.

Can you view Texas court records online? ›

Some counties have online search options for court records from the county, district, or probate courts. Some municipalities offer online access to court records for cases heard in municipal courts. Visit your county's or city's website to see if they offer online access.

How do I look up someone's record in Texas? ›

The Texas Department of Public Safety operates a Crime Record Search Service which serves as the state's central repository for statewide criminal information. Interested persons may perform free public criminal record checks on the TDPS online database.

What is the best free website for public records? ›

Best Free Background Check Services
  • Truthfinder - Overall Best Background Check Service.
  • Intelius - Best Background Check Site For Criminal and Arrest Records.
  • Instant Checkmate - Best Free Public Records Checker.
  • US Search - Best Criminal Record Check Site.
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How do I find out if an inmate was released from TDCJ? ›

Inmate parole review status line (prior to being voted by the BPP to be released) - Board of Pardons and Paroles status line at (844) 512-0461. Inmate parole release status line (after being voted by the BPP to be released) - Parole Division status line in Austin (512) 406-5202. Must have TDCJ or SID# or date of birth.

What is the oldest jail in Texas? ›

The facility, the oldest Texas state prison, opened in 1849.
Huntsville Unit.
Location in Texas
Location815 12th Street Huntsville, Texas 77342
Coordinates30.722027°N 95.545596°W
Notable prisoners
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What phone system does TDCJ use? ›

Securus provides friends and family of Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) inmates with account support for calling services.

What does TDCJ ID mean? ›

TDCJ. Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

How long after a parole hearing is an inmate released in Texas? ›

Once Classification and Records receives the release certificate, they will conduct an audit, and calculate the inmate's scheduled release date. This process takes approximately 14 – 21 business days to complete. As each case is unique, it is difficult to estimate how long any process may take.

How long can you be held on a parole hold in Texas? ›

The Parole Board of agent may require the parolee to be taken into jail supervision for 60 – 180 days. The Parole Board or agent may move to revoke community supervision and return the inmate to incarceration for the remainder of the sentence, with no time credit given for the period of community supervision release.

Can you be released from parole early in Texas? ›

Early release from parole supervision

A parolee may be released from parole supervision if his or her parole officer recommends it. The parolee must: Be under current supervision (at least 50 percent of the time left on the sentence, after release) Have no parole violations (for the prior two years and—not revoked)


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