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Wednesday, May 05, 2021

TRULY BREAKING NEWS ...... BUT FOUR MORE YEARS UNTIL WE ACTUALLY GET TO USE IT .......

 

THE CAPTAIN REPORTS:

DID YOU EVER THINK YOU WOULD LIVE TO SEE THE DAY WHEN ..... 

MIAMI-DADE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVES PROJECT TO IMPLEMENT NEW CRIMINAL CASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM*

"The Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida is pleased to announce that today the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners voted to implement a new criminal court case management system for adult and juvenile cases, with a target completion date of 2025. It will replace the County’s aging and paper-based criminal justice system that was developed on mainframe computers 25 years ago." 

"The new system is expected to deliver new efficiencies and cost savings by replacing current manual and paper-based case management processes used by the Miami-Dade Courts and its criminal justice partners such as the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts, State Attorney’s Office, and Public Defender’s Offices. It will also comply with case management standards established by the Florida Supreme Court. "

"Additional functionalities could be considered in the future, such as traffic and parking violation case management functions. "

“We are very grateful to our County leaders for taking this significant and much-needed step forward in our criminal justice system,” said the Honorable Bertila Soto, Chief Judge of the Miami-Dade Courts. “The new system will vastly improve workflows and efficiency by eliminating manual processes such as having to check separate, incompatible systems for information, and having to manually copy and process paper documents.”

For those of you who have nothing better to do, here is the 296 page Memorandum submitted to the County Commission by Mayor Daniela Cava Levine.  Find it here.

*At a cost of only $32,900,000.


CAPTAIN OUT .......

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is huge and excellent news. We are currently behind every other county in the State. You can pull everything off the online docket in tiny counties on the Georgia border. Glad we are finally joining the 21st century!

Anonymous said...

They are a bunch of clowns.

Anonymous said...

I want a refund for every docket sheet and VOP affidavit for the last 35 years. Taking ETH.