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  • The e-Courts project will ensure that the status of pending cases from every court will be available online—in terms of both the cause list and the case details. It will also help courts issue digitally certified copies instantaneously. Facilitation counters will be set up in every court building for filing of cases and the issuance of certified copies and case information. This will help citizens report cases and obtain information without hassle
  • In phase -II of this project, victims and witnesses will be produced through video conferencing. Notices will be served and summons of higher court will be sent electronically. Digitally signed court orders and judgments will be available on the Net.
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    • 1. E-COURTS PROJECT
    • 2.
    • 3. THE E-JUDICIARY SYSTEM
      This system will computerize, record the judicial information and monitor the progress of cases form the time the case is registered, till it is disposed off with judgment.
      It will also group similar law points, court rules, similar cases and related acts
      An e-Judiciary service may be implemented as a distributed online web system.
    • 4. E-judiciary in other countries
      India
      USA
      Australia
      UAE
    • 5. India
      Supreme Court of India
    • 6.
    • 7. The e-Court project was approved by CCEA (Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs) in 2007.
      The total cost of this project has been estimated to be Rs 442 Crore and it was expected to be completed by end-2008.
      This project will cover the remaining lower courts as well as take care of upgrading the ICT infrastructure.
      The implementing agencies for this project are NIC with the consultation and guidance of the e-committee.
      = 351,427,128 AED = 95,691,674 $
    • 8. 12,840
      9,000
      13,000
      In the court complexes, two to six servers per court
      one laptop along with a scanner and printer were provided with a LAN.
      Personalized training and handholding for two years is being given to judges and their staff.
      Several awareness programs and workshops are being carried out by retired judges to deal with change management.
    • 9. SITE PREPARATION
      APPLICATION SOFTWARE
      HARDWARE PROCUREMENT
      TECHNICAL MANPOWER
      CHANGE MANAGEMENT
    • 10. SITE PREPARATION
      HIGH COURTS REQUESTED TO SELECT EXECUTING AGENCY & SUPERVISER
      TECH SPECS & GUIDELINES SENT TO STATE INFORMATICS OFFICERS OF NIC
      1998 OUT OF 2900 SITE PREPARATION ESTIMATES RECEIVED; 1841 APPROVED FOR Rs.34.6 CRORE Rs.13 CRORE SENT, REST IN PROGRESS
      CENTRALIZED EMPANELMENT OF VENDORS FOR LAN
      POWER BACK UP WITH DG SETS
    • 11. APPLICATION SOFTWARE
      BEING DEVELOPED BY NIC WITH GUIDANCE OF SOFTWARE COMMITTEE
      MAHARASHTRA VERSION SELECTED
      TO BE TESTED IN 6 PILOT LOCATIONS: Chennai, Mumbai, Cochin, Gwalior, Dehradun and Nagaland
    • 12. HARDWARE PROCUREMENT
      WORKLOAD ANALYSIS, SERVER SIZING COMPLETED
      TENDER FOR SERVERS, CLIENTS, NETWORKING EQUIPMENT ETC.FLOATED, OFFERS RECEIVED, TECHNICAL EVALUATION IN PROGRESS
    • 13. TECHNICAL MANPOWER
      3 FOR EACH DISTRICT, 4 FOR EACH HIGH COURT
      VENDORS FOR SUPPLY OF TECHNICAL MANPOWER EMPANELLED
      SELECTION,TRAINING & DEPLOYMENT OF THESE STAFF TO BE DONE
    • 14. CHANGE MANAGEMENT
      CONDUCT AWARENESS PROGRAMS THROUGH FILMS, PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS, ETC.
      INVOLVE RETIRED JUDGES
      REFRESHER TRAINING OF JUDGES
      INCENTIVES, AWARDS FOR GOOD PERFORMANCE
      NEED TO ENTRUST THIS TASK TO A PROFESSIONAL AGENCY
    • 15. Project Deliverables
    • 16. Phase I
      STATUS OF PENDING CASES OF EVERY COURT TO BE AVAILABLE ON-LINE
      WEB-BASED PUBLIC ACCESS TO CAUSE LIST,CASE DETAILS
      INSTANT ISSUE OF CERTIFIED COPIES
      FACILITATION COUNTERS IN EVERY COURT COMPLEX FOR FILING OF CASES, ISSUE OF CERTIFIED COPIES & CASE INFORMATION
    • 17. Phase II
      PRODUCTION OF VICTIMS & WITNESSES THRO’ VIDEO CONFERENCE
      SERVICE OF NOTICES & SUMMONS OF HIGHER COURTS BY ELECTRONIC MEANS
      E-FILING OF CASES IN ALL COURTS
      AVAILABILITY OF DIGITALLY SIGNED COURT ORDERS AND JUDGEMENTS ON THE NET
    • 18. Phase III
      CREATION OF DATA BASE OF PENDING CASES
      ELECRONIC CALCULATION OF COURT FEES
      ONLINE ASSIGNMENT OF CASES
      GROUPING OF CASES
      SCANNING & STORAGE OF ALL CASE DOCUMENTS
    • 19. Phase IV
      GENERATION OF CAUSE LISTS
      DIGITAL TRANSCRIPTION OF EVIDENCE
      READY AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION ON ADJOURNMENTS, SERVICE OF SUMMONS, DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED, IAs, ETC.
      SEAMLESS TRANSFER OF DATA ACROSS THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM THRO’ CREATION OF NATIONAL JUDICIAL DATA GRID
    • 20. Phase V
      DIGITAL PRODUCTION OF UNDERTRIAL PRISONERS THRO’ VIDEO CONFERENCE
      ACCESS TO LEGAL RESOURCES ON INTERNET
      AUTO GENERATION OF SUMMONS, WARRANTS & OTHER PROCESSES
      REGULAR MONITORING OF SERVICE OF PROCESSES
      GENERATION OF INITIAL ORDER-SHEET
    • 21. Phase VI
      ON-LINE PERFORMANCE MONITORING & ASSESSMENT OF JUDGES
      INTEGRATED PERSONNEL INFORMATION SYSTEM & COMPUTERIZED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
      EMAIL FACILITY TO JUDGES TO ENSURE SMOOTH COMMUNICATION
      AUTO-GENERATION OF STATUTORY REPORTS/RETURNS
      ONLINE INFORMATION TO GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS
    • 22.
    • 23. Supreme Court’s Filing Defects on Web
      http://www.supremecourtofindia.nic.in/
    • 24. Australia
    • 25. Online services
      eLodgment
      Federal Law Search cases.
      eCourtroom
      eCase Administration
      Commonwealth Courts Portal
    • 26. eLodgment
      • any member of the public, whether they be practitioners, law firms, corporate bodies or self represented litigants electronically lodge documents with the Federal Court of Australia and the Federal Magistrates Court of Australia.
      • 27. eLodgment may be used to commence an action in either jurisdiction by enabling the lodgment of initiating documents and any supporting documents.
      • 28. Similarly, documents pertaining to existing matters may be lodged via eLodgment as long as the file number is known.
    • Federal Law Search
      allows the public to search for information on specific cases.
      eCourtroom
      allows parties and their legal representatives to participate in a virtual courtroom. The virtual courtroom assists in the management of pre-trial matters by allowing directions and other orders to be made online by the relevant docket Judge.
    • 29. eCase Administration
      The Court's eCase Administration is a service that may be used by practitioners or parties to communicate with chambers' staff, on case related issues, in a secure environment.
      Only parties to the matter or their legal representatives will have access to this service and access is restricted to those matters where they are a participant in the proceedings. It is in essence an effective case management tool for both chambers and the participants in the matter.
    • 30. Commonwealth Courts Portal
      The Commonwealth Courts Portal is an initiative of the Federal Court of Australia, the Family Court of Australia and Federal Magistrates Court of Australia. It provides web-based services to judicial officers, lawyers, litigants and court staff providing real-time information about cases before the courts. Users can obtain a composite, user friendly view of their cases that provides information about documents filed and scheduled listing events, as well as details of any orders made.
    • 31.
    • 32. USA
      Supreme court
    • 33. IT in Judiciary
    • 34. Online Services of US Courts
    • 35. Bankcrupcy
      Provides basic information and resources on bankruptcy laws and filings.
    • 36.
    • 37. Court records
      Obtain online case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts.
      Since 1999, many case files are maintained in electronic format and are accessible through the internet service Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) or from the public access terminals in the clerk’s office of the court in which the case was filed.
      http://www.pacer.gov/
    • 38.
    • 39. Appointment of counsel
      Provides counsel and other representational services to financially eligible persons in criminal and related proceedings.
    • 40. U.S Probation & Pretrial Services
      Services provided at the start of the criminal justice process, before trial, followed by supervision of persons released into the community after conviction of federal crimes.
    • 41.
    • 42. Jury Service
      Provides information about jury service in federal district court.
    • 43.
    • 44. Federal Rulemaking
      Provides information on the federal rules of practice, procedure, and evidence.
    • 45. http://www.usa.gov/
    • 46.
    • 47. UK
      http://e-court.uk.com/
    • 48. UAE
    • 49. UAE E-Goverment
      www.Dubai.ae
    • 50. Dubai CourtsStrategic Plan
    • 51. Organizational Chart
    • 52. Strategic Aims
      First Aim: Enhance confidence of Customers and stakeholders in the Judicial System
      Second Aim: Enhance Efficiency and effectiveness of the Internal Performance
      Third Aim : Attract, Invest in and Develop Motivated, Extremely Efficient Human Resources
    • 53. Dubai Courts Strategic Map
    • 54. First Aim: Enhance confidence of Customers and stakeholders in the Judicial System
    • 55.
    • 56.
    • 57. Second Aim: Enhance Efficiency and effectiveness of the Internal Performance
    • 58.
    • 59. Third Aim: Attract, Invest in and Develop Motivated, Extremely Efficient Human Resources
    • 60. UAE E-COURT WEBSITE
      http://www.dubaicourts.gov.ae
    • 61. About Courts
      Vision:
      Pioneering in Courts Work
      Mission: Achieve justice through accuracy and promptness in settlement, Disposition & execution of judgments and attestation of written instruments by relying for all this on qualified national cadres, developed systems, procedures & technology
      Values: In our journey toward our strategic vision and to realize our mission at all levels, we resort in our judgment to our joint values, which will remain our first and primary reference: Justice, Independence, Equality, Creativity, Distinguishness & Team Spirit
    • 62. Courts' Service
      Civil
      shari'e
      Criminal
      summary matters
      Execution
      shari'e attestations
      Notary public
    • 63. Practical session on e-judiciary
      USA
      • http://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/webcivil/ecourtsMain
      India
      • http://www.supremecourtofindia.nic.in
      Australia
      • http://www.fedcourt.gov.au/ecourt/ecourt_esearch_slide2.html
      • 64. http://www.elaw.com.au/What-is-ecourts
      UAE
      http://www.dxbpp.gov.ae/
      http://www.dubaicourts.gov.ae/

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