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Milestone Two: Draft of Judicial System Southern New Hampshire University Judicial Administration 261 Charles Tucker October 8, 2017
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Case management between federal, state and local courts coordinates for case progress to improve pretrial event, schedules, calendaring and docketing. “A docket is simply a record of proceedings of a court case. Dockets vary widely from jurisdiction to jurisdiction in the type of information recorded, the detail of the information, and availability to the public. Some jurisdictions have free online docket systems while others require subscription to a database or even visiting the court in-person” (Docket Research, 2017). Dockets are public record; dockets are public record which is available on a public database fees may apply depending on the court. Many courts have upgraded there system from paper form to electronic processing. The federal court use two systems called PACER (Public Access Court Electronic Records) CM/ECF (Case Management Electronic Case Files) both systems stores all federal criminal, civil cases. “PACER lets the public access federal court decisions, as well as both the list of documents filed for a particular case (known as the docket sheet or docket) and some of the very documents themselves. PACER requires users to register for a user name and password, in order to track who accesses certain information in the event problems arise” (Access to Electronic Online, 2002). CM/ECF is user friendly which allow litigants to view updated case documents in a
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