Better Access to Justice with a Convenient Court

Matterhorn allows courts and agencies to handle large volumes of infractions, disputes, warrants and other cases—all online.

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Matterhorn is used by a range of courts and agencies, from large to small, urban to rural and decentralized to unified.

24/7 Service Without 24/7 Staff

With Matterhorn, you provide access to travelers, students, workers, the military, or anyone who cannot attend in-person.

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Very easy to use and helps me a lot. If this wasn't available there is no way I would have the time to come in and have a court date. Time away from work is a no-go.

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It was very easy to use especially seeing I was going out of town.

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The website was GREAT! Extremely timely and I was really amazed that an actual person responded....THANK YOU for this great opportunity!!

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More courts should have this option to lessen the wait time it would normally take if having to go to court. Excellent service to have! Thank you again for having it.

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This is a very helpful action for those of us that are safe drivers and made a mistake.

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The website was very easy to understand and so convenient. I could check it every day to see if the status had changed and what action I would have to do.

What a great way to save time and money--for court and the client!

About Matterhorn

Matterhorn is secure, private online dispute resolution for courts and government agencies. Our customers include district, municipal, traffic, family, circuit, criminal courts and more.

Matterhorn can match or streamline on your existing process and connects in a lightweight way with your other systems.

Matterhorn enables you to address a wide variety of case types including civil cases (such as small claims cases) and family court compliance, traffic tickets, civil infractions, and lesser misdemeanors (“Class C” Misdemeanors in some states), resolve warrants and pleas, and assess ability to pay.