Armor Up: Electronic Court Tools for Judges

Recently I saw an exhibit of a fully equipped Roman Legionnaire from the early Roman Empire. All that stuff – armor, sword, shield, spear – sure looked heavy. Interesting enough in itself; but later that day, I happened to see a picture of a fully outfitted American soldier in battle gear. And I thought, "Hmmm..." … Continue reading Armor Up: Electronic Court Tools for Judges

No Court Is An iLand (with apologies to John Donne)

Not that typos never occur in this blog; but the capitalization in the title is not one. In considering the challenges of information and document flow through the justice system as a whole, I thought it appropriate to tie Donne's observation[1] to ImageSoft iJustice[2],  an inter-agency integration tool, the very purpose of which is to … Continue reading No Court Is An iLand (with apologies to John Donne)