ODR Video: College Town Court Connects with the Public Online

On May 8, 2019, Matterhorn hosted an ODR webinar: College Town Court Connects with the Public Online. The webinar featured Chief Judge Andrea Andrews Larkin, Court Administrator Nicole Evans, Robert Stump, and Sarah Cheesebro of the 54B District Court in East Lansing, Michigan.

Hear why the courted started with ODR in 2015 and what they learned and achieved through resolving over 5,000 cases online since launch.

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Washtenaw County Courts use ODR for DWLS Cases

Michigan 14A and 14B District Courts are improving access to justice for the public online. For drivers who have received a Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) citation, the courts provide an online way for individuals to identify the location of their suspension(s) and a guided path to resolve them. Once the suspension(s) are removed and the driver has their license back, they can resolve their DWLS citation.

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Live ODR Webinar: College Town Court Connects with the Public Online

Court-connected ODR expands access. For courts in college towns, you may think mostly students participate in online dispute resolution (ODR). However, all members of the public are taking advantage of the platform. 

Hear from the 54B District Court located in East Lansing, Michigan which began offering ODR for traffic citations, parking tickets, and recently expanded their platform to include online plea. 

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Jackson Court Offers Online Warrant Amnesty through May

For Immediate Release – Jackson, Michigan

Do you know if you have warrant out for your arrest for failure to pay fines and costs or owe money to 12th District Court in Jackson, Michigan? The court is offering an amnesty on certain types of warrants through April and May. Act before May 31 to take advantage of this program. Check online to see if you can take advantage of this amnesty by visiting https://www.courtinnovations.com/MID12

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Franklin County Municipal Court assists more than 1,000 individuals and businesses via online dispute resolution

Columbus, Ohio – for immediate release 

The Franklin County Municipal Court launched an online platform to resolve income tax and small claims cases in the fall of 2016. Through the platform, people can access the court’s dispute resolution services online from anywhere via their personal mobile devices. As of March 2019, well over 1,000 people have used the platform to resolve over 1,000 cases online. 

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