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Anja Oskamp - It Support Of The Judiciary

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Abbreviations xi
One Introduction
Anja Oskamp, Arno R. Lodder and Martin Apistola
1(16)
1.1 IT Support of the Judiciary
1(4)
1.2 Outline of this book
5(1)
1.3 IT Support of the Judiciary in Europe
5(3)
1.4 Important issues outside Europe
8(6)
1.4.1 History of IT in the Courts both in and outside Europe
8(2)
1.4.2 Some distinctive features
10(1)
1.4.3 Instigating IT projects
11(1)
1.4.4 Influence of IT on Legal Practice
12(1)
1.4.5 The drawbacks of introducing IT
13(1)
1.4.6 Information and knowledge management
14(1)
1.5 Concluding observations
14(3)
Two Australia
Anne Wallace
17(28)
2.1 Organisation/Structure of the Judiciary
17(2)
2.1.1 The Courts/Judiciary
17(2)
2.1.2 The Prosecution
19(1)
2.2 Information Technology: The most pressing issues
19(21)
2.2.1 Trends in IT
19(1)
2.2.2 Electronic Courtrooms
20(2)
2.2.3 Pre-trial management
22(1)
2.2.4 Electronic filing
23(1)
2.2.5 Transcript - The Court Record
24(2)
2.2.6 Video conferencing/Cybercourts
26(2)
2.2.7 Use of technology to assist the jury
28(2)
2.2.8 Public Information
30(1)
2.2.9 The influence of IT on criminal legislation and legal practice - equity, access and the role of the court
31(3)
2.2.10 The level of courtroom automation/Infrastructure needs
34(1)
2.2.11 Use of technology/user support
35(1)
2.2.12 Initiation of IT projects
36(1)
2.2.13 Common technical standards
37(2)
2.2.14 The (mandatory) use of (identical) IT-systems by judges and public prosecutors
39(1)
2.2.15 The drawbacks of introducing IT
39(1)
2.3 (Legal) information/knowledge management: The most pressing issues
40(3)
2.3.1 Developments in legal information/knowledge systems
40(1)
2.3.2 Case Management
40(1)
2.3.3 Judicial Support Systems
41(1)
2.3.4 Use of legal information/knowledge systems
41(1)
2.3.5 Use of information/knowledge departments
42(1)
2.3.6 Use of statistical information
42(1)
2.4 The beneficial effects of these discussions
43(2)
Three Singapore
Thian Yee Sze
45(1)
3.1 Introduction
45(1)
3.2 Singapore's legal system and judicial structure
46(1)
3.3 The impetus behind the use of technology
47(2)
3.4 The early years of harnessing technology in the Supreme Court
49(1)
3.5 The vision of a paperless courtroom - towards building up a world-class Judiciary
50(1)
3.6 An Electronic Litigation System for the 21st century
50(2)
3.7 Electronic trials and hearings - the birth of the technology courts
52(2)
3.8 Use of electronic documents in the courtroom
54(1)
3.9 The Electronic Filing System - a litigation system par excellence
55(16)
3.9.1 The four services of the Electronic Filing System
55(2)
3.9.2 The six components of the Electronic Filing System
57(2)
3.10 Strategy behind the planning, development and implementation of the Electronic Filing System
59(3)
3.11 A watershed in the pursuit of an Electronic Litigation System
62(1)
3.12 LawNet - a strategic national legal information network
63(2)
3.13 The final pieces of the Electronic Litigation System jigsaw - other key application systems and technological initiatives in the Supreme Court
65(3)
3.13.1 Practising Certificate E-filing System
65(1)
3.13.2 Court information services
66(1)
3.13.3 Remote and wireless access to the Supreme Court network
66(1)
3.13.4 Internet Protocol videophone
67(1)
3.13.5 Knowledge management and information repositories
67(1)
3.14 The realisation of the vision of an Electronic Litigation System - the dawn of a new era of the cybercourt
68(1)
3.15 The final destination of the journey
69(2)
Four Venezuela
Ricardo Jiménez
71(6)
4.1 Introduction
71(1)
4.2 The Judiciary
72(1)
4.3 Information and Communication Technologies in the Judiciary
72(3)
4.4 Introducing IT
75(1)
4.5 Trends in IT
75(1)
4.6 Legal Information Knowledge Management
76(1)
Five IT in the Norwegian Courts
Morten S. Hagedal
77(22)
5.1 Introduction
77(1)
5.2 The Norwegian Courts and the administration thereof
78(3)
5.3 Co-operation and co-ordination with the other law enforcement agencies - the 'penal chain'
81(1)
5.4 The first wave of IT in the Norwegian Courts
82(2)
5.4.1 Technical infrastructure
83(1)
5.4.2 Land Registry
83(1)
5.4.3 Case management system
84(1)
5.4.4 Accounting software
84(1)
5.5 Some effects of the introduction of IT, and some other aims of the court administration
84(4)
5.5.1 Time standards
85(1)
5.5.2 The reduction of employees - the required staff in a specific court
85(2)
5.5.3 Statistics by the court administration
87(1)
5.5.4 Statistical possibilities for each court
87(1)
5.6 Dissemination of cases
88(1)
5.6.1 Recourse: Lovdata
89(1)
5.7 Sentencing support
89(2)
5.7.1 A Sentencing Support System for the Judiciary?
89(2)
5.7.2 A Sentencing system for Public Prosecutors?
91(1)
5.8 The second wave of IT in the Norwegian Judiciary
91(7)
5.8.1 The starting point for the second generation of IT in the Norwegian Judiciary
91(1)
5.8.2 Case Management System for marriage
92(1)
5.8.3 Case Management System for the Supreme Court
92(2)
5.8.4 Wide Area Network, thin clients and standard software
94(1)
5.8.5 Intranet
94(1)
5.8.6 Land Registration
94(1)
5.8.7 A portal for the Judiciary on the web
95(1)
5.8.8 CMS for the District Courts and the Courts of Appeal - LOVISA
95(2)
5.8.9 Further developments
97(1)
5.9 Bibliographical references
98(1)
Six The Netherlands
Arno R. Lodder, Anja Oskamp and Ronald van den Hoogen
99(1)
6.1 Introduction
99(1)
6.2 IT Support for judges concerning sentencing decisions
99(1)
6.3 IT Support for the prosecutor concerning sentencing requests
100(1)
6.4 IT support for judges in determining damages
101(1)
6.5 Management information to evaluate the productivity and/or quality of judges
102(1)
6.6 On management, funding, design, and evaluation
102(2)
6.7 Sentencing systems for judges and prosecutors
104(1)
6.8 On the mandatory use of systems
105(1)
6.9 Theoretical legal issues
105(1)
6.10 Theoretical ICT issues
106(1)
6.11 Completely digitized procedures
106(1)
6.12 The state of automation
107(2)
6.13 Bibliographical references
109(2)
Seven Information and Communication Technology for Justice: the Italian Experience
Marco Fabri
111(24)
7.1 Introduction
111(1)
7.2 The Italian Judiciary: a Brief Overview
112(3)
7.3 ICT Governance in the Italian Judicial System
115(4)
7.4 Information and Communication Technology in the Judicial Process
119(8)
7.5 Information and Communication Technology for Court Performance Appraisal
127(2)
7.6 Concluding Remarks
129(2)
7.7 Bibliographical References
131(4)
Appendix 1 - The questionnaire 2001 135(2)
Appendix 2 - The questionnaire 2000 137(2)
About the authors 139(4)
Index 143



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