The eCourts conference will take place in Las Vegas, NV on December 10-12, 2018.Read more…
Courts in college towns appreciate that students are busy and that they like to do everything on their phones.Read more…
Why market your court resource? It may seem nonsensical, since the court is required for court-related matters! Yet, it’s important to help people find a new service once it has been launched.Read more…
As you plan your NACM 2018 Annual conference schedule, save time for these ODR events:
The 30th District Court in Highland Park, Michigan has resolved over 2,100 traffic tickets and warrants online via Matterhorn.
For Immediate Release – Conway Arkansas
Those who have received a traffic citation or have a warrant in Faulkner and Van Buren Counties in Arkansas now have online option.
For Immediate Release—Decatur, GA
Motorists receiving a traffic citation in DeKalb County, GA, now can sign up to receive text and email notifications of fines and upcoming court dates. The system will even send notifications if a court date is missed and inform the motorist on options to resolve their citation with the court.
For Immediate Release – Taylor, Michigan – 06/14/2018
Do you know if you have lingering warrants or past due tickets in Taylor? Find out easily by visiting https://www.courtinnovations.com/MID23 And if you do have something outstanding, you can resolve online using the 23rd District Court online resolution tools via Matterhorn.
On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Matterhorn hosted an ODR webinar on Ability-to-Pay Assessment and ODR: In Today's Courts and Looking Towards the Future. The webinar featured panelists J. J. Prescott of the University of Michigan and Judge Alexis G. Krot of the 31st District Court in Hamtramck.