Next week the CaseLines team will be kicking off their journey at the US CTC2017 Court Technology Conference to propel their new services into North America
CaseLines is the leading innovative solution for digital sharing of evidence bundles and courtroom presentation. Using CaseLines software the Crown Prosecution Service recently won the “2017 Going Paperless Project of the Year”. Now the company is preparing its American launch at the CTC2017 Court Technology Conference in Salt Lake City where it will launch its new North America Digital Court Service and premier its new on-demand remote conferencing solution.
The CaseLines team will hold two showcase sessions for the US Courts community on how the company was able to eliminate paper from the trial process and will demonstrate video streaming and remote conferencing on the CaseLines platform. Paul Sachs, Founder and CTO of CaseLines, said “We are excited to share our success story with American colleagues. We are thrilled to have enabled judges and prosecutors to digitise their courts, and look forward to helping US courts achieve the same goal.’’
CaseLines already powers the British criminal justice system, dealing with more than 10,000 Crown Court cases each month and holding over 45m pages of evidence. Its video streaming capability also provides ‘the last mile’ solution for presenting all forms of video evidence in court, addressing the challenge to the justice community of the phenomenal growth in body worn cameras and other video evidence.
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“We are pleased to have the opportunity to introduce to US Courts and prosecutors the system that has transformed the operation of the criminal justice system in England,” said David Jackson, Managing Director of CaseLines; “This week we are launching our North American service, with all data held securely in US data centres. We will also be giving CTC2017 attendees a unique preview of our fully integrated, on-demand remote conferencing solution.”
CaseLines is the most advanced system in the world for digital evidence management and court presentation. The system is used in the UK Supreme Court, Civil and Public Law cases and in the Crown Court Digital Case System across England. CaseLines now holds in excess of 45 million pages of evidence in the cloud, and is used daily by over 20,000 users, including more than 1,000 members of the judiciary.
For more information about CaseLines visit www.caselines.com
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Claira Jackson – New Business