September 1, 2021 / Innovative Digital Evidence Portal Begins Statewide Rollout
The Arizona Supreme Court is pleased to announce the Digital Evidence portal, which will provide a standard online solution for the submission, management, and storage of court case exhibits. The portal offers an efficient and electronic method for sharing exhibits among judges, attorneys, and litigants during virtual and in-person court hearings. For qualifying cases, individual courts will invite the case participants to take part in the program, which includes 24/7 online access to case exhibits.
The Digital Evidence portal is being piloted by the Mohave County Superior Court, Glendale City Court, Scottsdale City Court, and select Maricopa County Justice Courts. Beginning October 1, the Digital Evidence portal will be available in the Pima County Superior Court for select criminal and civil cases and in the Pinal County Superior Court for select juvenile dependency cases. Beginning November 1, the portal will be available in the Maricopa County Superior Court for select criminal and civil cases.
The Arizona Supreme Court is working to expand availability to courts statewide. A phased rollout to the remaining locations in all 15 counties is targeted for completion by the summer of 2022. For more information, including administrative orders, announcements, training, and customer support, visit the Court's Digital Evidence page at https://www.azcourts.gov/digitalevidence/.