The Supreme Court adopted rules for electronic access to court records in October 2000 that favor public access with a long list of exceptions. The rules include extensive reporter's notes that explain the court's reasoning, based heavily on the U.S. and Vermont constitutions and common law. The exemptions include some probate records, medical information, some financial information, juvenile records, pre-sentence reports, discovery documents unless used in court, search warrants until executed, among others. Social Security numbers "are easily blocked" and the documents then released. Presiding judges can seal or unseal records for good cause. Statistical abstracts of records should be provided without personal identifications.