Case Management Systems

Our case management software systems for courts provide dynamic case tracking and decision-support to case managers, court administrators and judicial officers. For 15 years our Case Management Systems have helped court and justice systems simplify processes, improve workflow and ensure efficient operations.

Our Case Management software automates and track all aspects of a case life cycle from initial filing through disposition and appeal as to each individual party for Criminal, Juvenile, Civil, Small Claims and fiscal accounting. We can easily adapt our Case Management system for your court’s specialized needs to capture, track, process and report on court information. We can also provide interfaces to agency or partner databases.

Etchasoft Case Management software incorporates risk analysis for all clients along with clear histories of contact and supervision. Cases under supervision, for example, include officer, location, level of supervision, start and end dates, case type, dockets and charges including violation of probation.

Features offered by our Case Management Software Systems include:

  • Administrative Hearing

  • Appeal Boards

  • Calendar Management

  • Case History

  • Collections Management

  • Court Cost Records

  • Defendant Records

  • Docket Management

  • Document Imaging

  • Fines Management

  • Jury Management

  • Subpoena Tracking

  • Warrant Tracking

Selected Client Stories

Case Management System


The State of Connecticut Judicial branch was seeking a partner to redevelop its case management system. Etchasoft was s...

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Protective Order Registry


Etchasoft builds Protective Order Registry for State of Connecticut Judicial Branch...

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Criminal Justice Information System


Etchasoft entered into an agreement with the 20th Judicial Circuit of Florida to enhance the circuit's Criminal Justice...

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Odyssey Data Conversion


The State of Indiana has over 400 trial courts, approximately 300 of which serve the state's 92 counties. 

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