eCourt Services Unit


The eCourt Services Unit enhances access to courts and court information using automation. The initiatives that comprise eCourt Services fully align with and support Goal 1 of the Supreme Court’s strategic agenda, Promoting Access to Justice.

eCourt Services staff perform the following: 

  • Work with local courts to identify business needs that can be met with technological solutions
  • Work with vendors to enhance existing or create new technology solutions for the courts
  • Collaborate with local courts and vendors to promote the technology from development through successful implementation
  • Provide automation training to local court users and court staff
  • Provide 2nd level support for eCourt Services applications
Current eCourt Services projects include: eAccess, eBench, eFiling, and nCourt

 
  eAccess provides convenient online access to civil and criminal court case data and documents of the Superior Court that are unrestricted and open to the public. Access to view, save, and print court documents is through a monthly paid subscription or by paying on a document-by-document basis. Fees do not apply to approved government agencies. Users can also purchase an electronically certified document and eAccess provides the ability to electronically verify the authenticity of a certified document.

eBench provides a paper-free solution to Judicial divisions by offering electronic access to key case data and documents. Judicial officers have the ability to generate electronically signed orders and complete legal research within the application. eBench allows the court clerk and judicial assistant to work in tandem with the Judge. 
eFiling enables court users to electronically file into existing court cases as well as initiate court cases in some jurisdictions. Users can also electronically serve documents on parties in the case and view case documents. All eFiling platforms connect to a payment portal that allows filers to pay court fees at the time of filing.
nCourt processes electronic payments submitted via online payment portals for programs such as eFiling, the Interpreter Registry, and Education Services.
   

Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) is a program that allows litigants to participate in court proceedings online instead of coming to the courthouse. ODR is a free service to litigants.

Online Dispute Resolution has been implemented in the following case types:  

Criminal Misdemeanor:

Goodyear Municipal Court

Helpful links:   Defendant Financial Statement

Family Law:

Pinal and Yuma County Superior Courts

Civil Parking:

Scottsdale Municipal Court

Criminal Traffic:

Scottsdale Municipal Court

 


 
 
  The eAccess training site provides information on registration, purchasing and viewing documents, monthly subscription and per-document costs, certified document information, FAQ’s, searching for documents, and general use how-to’s. Visit the eAccess training page to view training documents.

To sign up for online training click here.

For information on training, please contact the AOC Support Center at (602) 452-3519 or (800) 720-7743 or email support at: [email protected].
For additional information on AZTurboCourt training, please contact Scott Crampton at [email protected] or (650) 372-1790 ext. 209 or Steven Kimmelman at [email protected]
   AOC Support Services
Local Phone: (602) 452-3519
Toll Free: 1 (800) 720-7743
Email: [email protected]
Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 am-6:00 pm
Excluding state holidays