The civil case component of CJIS for Courts
supports any type of civil case handled by the court, including
CJIS for Courts tracks case information such as the
case type, caption, related cases, judge or arbitrator, claim
information, court, exhibits and maximum trial dates. On inquiry,
the system summarizes the activity for each case by displaying
the status of the case, the last event and date, the next event
date and time, the number of parties, and the number of active
CJIS Civil Case Management
CJIS for Courts tracks an unlimited number of parties per case.
Party information includes party name and type, disposition,
attorney, multiple addresses, aliases and balances due for court
costs, fees, and fines for each party.
All past and future scheduled events are recorded in CJIS for
Courts. Information can be sorted online by courtroom, judge, date and/or
range of dates. Additionally, hard copy calendars can be produced
in a user-defined format.
Civil Process Service
CJIS for Courts includes a Sheriff's Civil Process Service
subsystem that integrates process service tracking with the case
management system for the courts. It also tracks information about
service, such as date requested, deputy assigned, service
attempts, method of service, person served and results.
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Tracking CJIS for Courts tracks information specific to a probate
matter such as bond/blocked accounts, heirs, conservators,
preliminary estate distributions and decedents.
The collections sub-system in CJIS tracks all monies due and paid
from an individual and the distribution of the money among the
designated funds. The system automatically maintains totals for
monies owed by one person across all of his or her cases. The
forms generator can produce receipts, checks and collection
Speedy Trial Date
CJIS for Courts can track a speedy trial date for a civil case.
The excluded time record in CJIS for Courts records information
about events that affect the speedy trial date. CJIS for Courts
automatically recalculates the maximum trial date after
considering excluded time.
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Form and Notice
CJIS for Courts includes a form generation capability for
generating forms and notices. Data are merged into predefined
formats and/or text to produce notices, subpoenas, summonses,
writs, docket sheets and other court documents.
CJIS for Courts can be used to produce ad hoc and standard
reports regarding case activity in the court. This includes
calendars, case listings and disposition, mandated reports and
CJIS for Courts includes a comprehensive security subsystem that
allows various levels of update and inquiry access for different
users or groups of users, limiting access to confidential
information to authorized court personnel.
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