Cost Savings Realized From Adopting a Digital Court Record

This white paper demonstrates that the digital court recording methods now available are a cost-effective means to obtain the [court] record.”

Not only is there cost-savings with digital recording, but the Conference of State Court Administrators determined in 2009 that digital recording:

  1. Enhances accuracy and completeness of the record by preserving language translations
  2. Creates an opportunity to establish, whether by statute or court rule, that all records of judicial proceedings belong to the courts
  3. Allows a court to integrate the recording system with other digital applications, including case management and calendaring systems

See how much your court system could be saving by adopting a digital court record. Download this whitepaper by Julie Helling to find out more.