The National Center for State Courts’ December 2017 Trends: Close Up reminds us the truth about civil caseloads.
The Law Quadrangle, the magazine of the University of Michigan School of Law, covered Matterhorn founder and Law Professor J.J. Prescott it its Fall 2017 Issue.
Courts routinely use technology that supports their core function of administering justice fairly and equally. For example, a key part of administering justice is collecting and recording accurate information. Judges cannot remember every detail of every case so the court record is crucial to helping judges make decisions.
Police officers are an important stakeholder in Matterhorn online traffic ticket resolution. Police review and make recommendations on requests for review and leniency.
A couple of Matterhorn team members have completed the Citizen Police Academy near them. Attending these classes helps us better understand the work days and concerns of our police agency partners.
Kentwood, MI – First-time Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) offenders in Kentwood will now have the opportunity to use a free online program provided by the 62B District Court to restore their license and interact online with the city attorney to negotiate a better outcome for their case.
Bob Ferguson, Washington State’s Attorney General, addresses county leadership at the Washington State Association of Counties/Washington Association of County Officials convention. The convention’s theme is “Connect Discover Collaborate.” Read more…
As of November, 2017, courts and the public have used Matterhorn online dispute resolution for over 25,000 cases and transactions.
That’s thousands of
- averted hearings for family court and small claims,
- restored drivers licenses
- resolved parking and traffic tickets,
- prevented and resolved warrants,
- online pleas,
- and online amnesty events
resolved through Matterhorn. Thank you to our team, our court customers, investors, and partners who have made this milestone happen.