Digital Evidence Portals
streamWrite Digital Evidence Sharing provides the ability for remote and in-person court attendees to upload video, pictures, text or other evidentiary documents to a location where they can be shared in the courtroom and with relevant court parties. It can be an integrated part of remote appearances along with the court’s website, file storage (such as Sharepoint) and authentication services (such as Azure).
How it Works:
Authentication: Users first authenticate to the Court’s identity management platform. A user with eligible events is permitted to proceed to the application.
Public Document User Interface: provides the structure and rules for parties to be able to upload, download and delete documents.
Court Document Clerk Interface: Allows court staff to access all folders and documents, delete documents, and admit as evidence into court folders where they can be accessed in the courtroom.
Upload Mode: Registrants upload and delete evidence files into their folders, can view their own files and the admitted folder(s) for their case(s).
Viewing Mode: When the pre-designated cutoff time has been reached, the mode changes to viewing mode, after which document changes are not allowed. Parties can view folders and documents and download items, previously uploaded by other parties for the case.
This application comes complete with additional features such as staff overrides to standard settings, logging user activity, providing email notifications for newly setup cases, delegated users and other party notifications, handle canceled and rescheduled events, and audit logging and reports.