Armor Up: Electronic Court Tools for Judges

Recently I saw an exhibit of a fully equipped Roman Legionnaire from the early Roman Empire. All that stuff – armor, sword, shield, spear – sure looked heavy. Interesting enough in itself; but later that day, I happened to see a picture of a fully outfitted American soldier in battle gear. And I thought, "Hmmm..." … Continue reading Armor Up: Electronic Court Tools for Judges

Preparing the Way for Acceptance of Electronic Document Certification

Historically, the need for court-certified documents results from the seemingly contradictory need for the court to maintain possession and control of its official documents on the one hand, with the need for others -- guardians, trustees, divorcees, and heirs, for instance -- to be able to prove the existence and content of the documents to … Continue reading Preparing the Way for Acceptance of Electronic Document Certification