It’s the Little Things

By |2021-06-17T21:01:21+00:00June 16th, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Attorney, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, equivant, General, Technology Solutions|

“It’s the best thing since sliced bread” is an expression for a reason. Sometimes the smallest thing can make the biggest difference. Thanks to technology, our days are filled with quick time-savers that we might not even notice anymore.

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Thank you. We appreciate you.

By |2021-06-08T14:18:12+00:00May 21st, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Blog, Case Management for Courts, Court Case Management, Custody Management, JWorks|

You’re navigating constant change, and with some of you, we’ve been right there in the trenches. With others, we’ve been cheering from the sidelines. And with others, we’ve been standing back in awe. Whether we’re working with you (yet) or not, we simply want to say THANKS.

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A2J All the Way: How Courts Are Driving Lasting Change

By |2021-06-17T19:42:58+00:00April 29th, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Blog, Case Management for Courts, Court Case Management, JWorks|

A year ago, we stepped up. We innovated. We experimented. We gave ourselves the grace and the space to try something new, and it worked. Let’s look at the top ways courts are increasing access to justice in their communities in lasting ways.

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Better Engage Your Community with Online Dispute Resolution

By |2021-06-16T17:51:36+00:00April 12th, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, Online Dispute Resolution|

ODR tools allow court-involved people to engage with your court differently, saving time and money for all involved.

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What are you DOING with all that data?

By |2021-03-12T15:09:55+00:00March 11th, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, Technology Solutions|

Simply having the data and being able to use the data effectively are two very different things. Here are the top 5 ways your case management tool can help you make sense of it all and easily move you from data to decisions.

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ICYMI: Your court date is 2mrw!

By |2021-02-02T23:44:25+00:00February 2nd, 2021|Access to Justice, All, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, Technology Solutions|

Courts that implement a reminder system are seeing higher appearance rates, more timely payments, improved caseflow, and better relationships with the communities they serve.

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Data is Complicated. Your Exchanges Shouldn’t Be.

By |2021-06-07T20:48:59+00:00November 23rd, 2020|All, Attorney, Attorney Case Management, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, Technology Solutions|

Best Practice: Ensure you’re seamlessly exchanging data with other agencies and jurisdictions, and make sure your team can use the data you receive.

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Location, Location, Location … Are Your Files Working for You?

By |2021-06-07T20:45:32+00:00October 14th, 2020|All, Attorney, Attorney Case Management, Blog, Court, Court Case Management, Technology Solutions|

Best Practice: Prioritize file storage. It’s the least glamorous and most critical investment you can make in your team’s productivity … and aspirin consumption.

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Mental Health: Prosecutors Driving Big Change in Rural America

By |2020-10-08T15:10:46+00:00September 9th, 2020|All, Attorney, Attorney Case Management, Blog, Court Case Management, Custody Management, Justice-Involved Youth, Podcast, Resources, Supervision Case Management|

Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer and the team in Lewis County, Wash., are working to keep people with serious mental illnesses out of jail and in contact with the community resources they need.

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