Court-specific standards

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Consolidated Case Management System Functional Standards v0.20

From the Joint Technology Comittee

 

Volume 1 - Introduction to Case Management Standards (PDF)

from the National Consortium on State Court Automation Standards.
If you are interested in any of the following Case Management Functional Standards, please read this introduction first.

 

Volume 2 - Civil Case Management Functional Requirements (PDF)

Approved by the National Consortium on State Court Automation Standards.

 

Volume 3 - Domestic Relations Case Management Functional Requirements (PDF)

Approved, March 2003 by the Joint Technology Committee.

 

Volume 4 - Criminal Case Management Functional Requirements (PDF)

Approved, March 2003 by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

 

Volume 5 - Juvenile Case Management Functional Requirements (PDF)

Proposed by OJJDP

On October 27, 2003, the National Consortium on State Court Automation Standards, the standards subcommittee of the COSCA/NACM Joint Technology Committee, reviewed public comment on the requirements. The Consortium will recommend that the Joint Technology Committee accept the requirements as a recommended standard at its meeting scheduled in December of 2003. If the Joint Technology Committee accepts the motion of the Consortium, then the JTC will forward the requirements as a recommended standard to the COSCA and NACM Boards for action.

 

Volume 6 - Traffic Functional Requirements (PDF)

Approved, February/March 2005 by NHTSA.

 

Electronic Filing Processes: Technical and Business Approaches (PDF)

Approved, March 2003 by the State Justice Institute.

 

Electronic Court Filing (ECF) Standards

From the Joint Technology Committee

Standards for electronic court filing have been developed primarily through efforts of the OASIS LegalXML Electronic Court Filing Technical Committee(ECF TC). Version 1.1 of the electronic court filing XML specification was approved by the JTC as a recommended standard in December 2002. Since then, GJXDM and NIEM based versions (ECF 3.1 and ECF 4.0 respectively) have been developed and submitted to the JTC as proposed standards. These specifications and related artifacts may also be downloaded from the OASIS ECF website here.