Keep Calm: The Court Clerk Uses CaseShare to Handle It

“Keep calm” is probably the least comforting phrase to any court clerk trying to ascend a case to the higher, or Appellate, courts. And rightfully so – there are custom requirements to be met, volumes to be assembled, files to be named and pages to be ordered, signed, sealed and delivered. Even after that laborious … Continue reading Keep Calm: The Court Clerk Uses CaseShare to Handle It

Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?

We probably found this funnier than we should have, but we’re a software company – what do you expect? Whether you identify with the fax-fanatic or the defeated presenter, hopefully you also found some humor in this. As a paperless organization, it’s intuitive for us to type notes that are automatically backed in a cloud, … Continue reading Are You a Firewall to Your Own Success?

From Crime to Courtroom: Multi-media Integrity

In a recent article from “Police Chief,” video evidence is described as the “silent witness that speaks for itself,” and that’s nothing but the truth. With the video, images, audio and metadata needed to playback crime scenes, it’s critical that multi-media evidence can be unmistakably seen and heard by the entire courtroom. Many organizations, homeowners … Continue reading From Crime to Courtroom: Multi-media Integrity

C is for CJIS

And criminal justice. And compliance. Coincidence? Clearly not. Okay, we’re done being clever. After all, criminal justice information services (CJIS) is no joke. An Acronym I Should Know? Do you interact with, manage, or otherwise handle criminal justice information (CJI)? Then “yes!’” CJIS compliance was established and is currently enforced by the FBI. Compliance ensures … Continue reading C is for CJIS

Her Name is CORA, and She’s the Future of Courts

She can answer FAQs about any courthouse. She helps you search court dockets. She can even direct court visitors to where they need be, and she can do it all in either English or Spanish. Who is she? CORA, the Court-Operated Robotic Assistant, is the first robotic solution designed for a court setting. Named after … Continue reading Her Name is CORA, and She’s the Future of Courts

eCourts Uncovered: The 2018 Edition

If you follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter, you’ve undoubtedly seen (and, hopefully, ‘Liked’!) a lot of hype about a little something called eCourts. We even published an eCourts blog about it being “the most wonderful time of the year,” and we stand by that. P.S., if you need to brush up on what … Continue reading eCourts Uncovered: The 2018 Edition

Webinar Highlights: Bridging the Gap between eFiling and the Paperless Court

A district court administrator, business systems analyst, and information systems director from three different courts across the country agree to be panelists on an eFiling webinar. It sounds like the beginning of a good intention gone wrong, but it was actually an extremely informative hour learning about the benefits of eFiling for Superior Courts from … Continue reading Webinar Highlights: Bridging the Gap between eFiling and the Paperless Court

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – eCourts 2018!

The cold temperatures have arrived and they’ve brought the stress of the holiday season with them. Sounds like a good time to hop a plane to sunny and simple Las Vegas, right? We think so too, which is why we do so every other year for the bi-annual eCourts Conference. 2018 eCourts Conference Presented by … Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – eCourts 2018!

Dear Component Model: We’re Thankful!

As colder weather and feel-good movies draw us home, it’s easy to look around and reflect on “the why” of who we are and what we do – making memories with loved ones, embracing the stillness of nature, and finding ways to contribute to and be a part of both. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, almost … Continue reading Dear Component Model: We’re Thankful!

Thoughts of a Circuit Court Clerk

We’re excited to share this heart-felt guest blog courtesy of our friend and client Paul Ferguson, Clerk of the Circuit Court in Arlington, VA. When the Arlington Circuit Court decided to move from paper to electronic files in 2011, our first step was finding a technology partner that listened to our goals, could help us … Continue reading Thoughts of a Circuit Court Clerk