Beginning July 1, Florida lawyers won’t have clerks of court backing them up to ensure confidential client information isn’t getting into public court files in most civil cases.

Clerks of court will end automatic reviews to redact confidential information in most civil filings, leaving it up to lawyers and other filers to tell clerks when protected information is in their court submissions.

That follows a June 10 Supreme Court order rejecting comments asking that it alter or delay an amendment to Rule of General Practice and Judicial Administration 2.420 it made in January on the court’s own motion.