A traffic citation is issued and the offender, now defendant in a case on your docket, drives away. What happens if that person doesn’t pay the fine and resolve the case within 30 days? How about 90 days? What happens if that case remains open for 120 days or longer?
With an ever-growing number of cases vying for municipal courts’ resources, the longer a case remains open, the more work it takes to close. That’s why courts around the country are turning to technology to lighten the load.
Incode court’s Case Resolution Tools empower citizens to truly take ownership of their court experience by providing easy access to information. From the moment a case lands on your docket until the final payment is received, these tools work together to help courts resolve cases quickly and efficiently.