By embracing new technology, our justice system continues to positively impact the lives of millions of people that interact with our courts across the country. But as with any systematic change, embracing new technology comes with its own set of challenges, some predictable, others unforeseen.
As we look ahead to 2023, the most important trends will be carryovers and continuations of the forces that have shaped court technology for the past few years.
Setting up secure data exchange between courts and other agencies can be a breeze, especially when courts embrace the process.
How automating everyday court processes helps advance justice.
Courts rapidly adopted technology at the pandemic’s start. Now they have the opportunity to combine remote and in-person proceedings and services to best serve justice and the public.
For many, virtual court has become synonymous with remote hearings, but from where we’re sitting, virtual court is so much more. Learn what courts are doing to go fully online and increase access for their communities.
Clean Slate laws have been a literal lifesaver for many people with a criminal record. Several states have already adopted Clean Slate laws, and more are on the way. What is your state doing, and are you going to be ready?
It’s not enough to simply have workflow functionality; your team needs a robust tool that’s specifically designed to move cases through their caseflow efficiently. How can you tell the difference?
Mental illness among justice-involved individuals continues to be top-of-mind for justice professionals across the country. Regardless of where your jurisdiction is in your journey toward prioritizing mental health care, there’s a lot to be learned from others.
Your judicial officers have unique case needs and demands on their time, and they need a flexible, configurable tool that is specifically tailored to their job.