Justice Systems

FullCourt

1 / 5 2 reviews


Average Ratings

2 Reviews
  • 1 / 5
    Overall
  • 1 / 5
    Ease of Use
  • 1 / 5
    Customer Service

Product Details

  • Deployment
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
  • Training
    In Person
  • Support
    Online

Vendor Details

  • Justice Systems
  • www.justicesystems.com/

About FullCourt

Case management for criminal, civil, family, probate, juvenile, traffic, appellate courts, and probation services.


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FullCourt Features

  • Billing Management
  • Calendar Management
  • Case Notes
  • Client Management
  • Communication Tracking
  • Conflict Management
  • Corporations
  • Court Management
  • Discovery Management
  • Docket Management
  • Document Management
  • Expense Tracking
  • Government
  • Law Firms
  • Records Management
  • Task Management
  • Time Tracking
  • Trust Accounting

FullCourt Reviews

Software is not user friendly and does not provide needed information

Sep 07, 2016
1/5
Overall
1 / 5
Ease of Use
1 / 5
Features & Functionality
1 / 5
Customer Support
1 / 5
Value for Money

Pros: Nothing

Cons: It is total garbage, hard to navigate and the little information that is available is useless.

Overall: I use the system to retrieve law suit information. The Michigan Court rules require that public access be provided to cases filed. Since this system has been in place no information is attainable.

Recommendations to other buyers: If someone tries to sell you this garbage RUN!

This is the most horrible, time consuming system in the 15 counties we frequent.

Feb 12, 2016
1/5
Overall
1 / 5
Ease of Use
1 / 5
Customer Support

Comments: This ia a horrible, disgusting system for user such as myself and my company, who search titles in most of the counties in Western PA. It takes way longer, as there is not even a way to see if your party is a plaintiff or defendant, and no way to access the information we need without going through dozens of stupid, redundant screens. We all absolutly HATE it, and the office personell, when asked, don't have a clue except that they know how to input info. It is extremenly user unfreindly and there is so much room for error in research. I wish the persons who need to access public information could have been contacted instead of lower level data entry employees and IT geeks when creating the system.