After reaching record levels in June, electronic filings with the Florida court system have declined slightly but remained strong in July and August, according to figures from the Florida Courts E-Filing Authority, which manages the court system’s statewide e-filing Portal.

Total documents filed through the Portal were 2.57 million (in 1.77 million submissions) in July and 2.68 million (in 1.87 million submissions) in August. That was down from the record of almost 2.79 million (in 1.89 million submissions) in June, but still among the highest months in the Portal’s history.

The average number of weekday submissions was 85,557 in July and 86,500 in August, compared with 88,131 in June. The highest volume day in July was 92,566 submissions and 93,694 in August, compared to 96,003 in June.