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For a introduction to Courtlook, you can also check out our overview video.
The power of Courtlook comes from the assignment of?attorney registration numbers in the court's case management system,?which automatically enables several useful features for the attorney of record:
See My Judici video for more on these features.
Like our Multicourt subscription, Courtlook lets you?search across all participating courts with one search.? Among other things, this enables research?on a potential client?or witness.?? See our research video for more on this.?
Courtlook puts?all case documents?online for the attorney of record, allowing access to both electronic filings and scanned documents, from counsel and judges. Check out out Courtlook Docs video to see this in action.? Participating courts only (presently?Bond, Montgomery and Moultrie).?
For a fee which depends upon the court's funding support, you will soon be able to?add on e-filing, in?courts which have obtained?AOIC permission.? In the meantime, check out a video showing how e-filing works .
Note: the videos referenced above are?in the Flash format, so, they may not display on devices which do not have the Adobe Flash Player, including various Apple devices.
According to statute, not all court data is publicly available. Common examples of non-public data include juvenile and adoption cases, as well as any case impounded by the court. The frequency of updates depends on the court and their software vendor. All pages with case data are stamped with the time and date last updated.