Vault for Digital Evidence Management
Times are changing, and it’s important for organizations to keep up. Most notably for Courts is the growing prevalence of multimedia and digital evidence files. The public has a computer in their back pocket at all times, but legacy court systems still rely on paper, VHS tapes, and other out-of-date materials. In today’s world, these legacy systems can’t keep up, preventing justice from being served as efficiently as possible.
Find relief from this very real, very widespread challenge by adopting Vault, the single, centralized, and secure Digital Evidence Management system for storing, securing, reviewing, and exchanging evidence of various formats. Vault works with the court to reduce paper use, improve turnaround, and increase accessibility.
Vault adapts to make sense for your organization, so it can a.) stand alone as an entirely Cloud-hosted system, or b.) serve as a hybrid model that leverages both your existing, on-premise system and a Cloud environment. Regardless, our Vault solution leverages the Microsoft Azure Government Cloud support to accommodate exceptionally large multimedia and other non-traditional file types, such as cell phone data exports, Zip files, etc. – all which can be uploaded and played back in an easy and intuitive five-step process.
Court personnel are no strangers to paperwork. Desks are usually piled high with “to be filed” stacks and filing cabinets are full to the brim. As the country adopts more hybrid and remote court processes, filing needs a revamp.
Serving as the catalyst for case initiation, filing submissions, court reporting, digital case file management, and every process in between, TrueFiling is the web-based electronic filing system providing an intuitive user interface for attorneys, paralegals, court reporters and self-represented filers.
TrueFiling improves efficiency of the filing process and increases access to documents. Initiate cases, submit new files, or search through past documents 24/7. Electronic filing frees up desks and cabinets, allowing court personnel to spend less time filing and more time focusing on the more pressing matter at hand.