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Pennsylvania puts court dockets in your pocket

Pennsylvania puts court dockets in your pocket

Pennsylvania has become the first state to release a mobile app for finding court dockets.

PAeDocket, a free iPhone and iPad app, can search charges, case results, court dates, hearings and the status of cases from Pennsylvania’s magisterial district courts, common pleas courts and appellate courts. Users can search by case number, participant name, organization name, offense tracking number, police incident or complaint number and state ID number. 

“We are excited about utilizing mobile apps to provide a valuable service for the public, including lawyers, law enforcement, consumers, victims and victims’ families,” said Supreme Court Justice J. Michael Eakin.

An Android version of the app is currently in development and is expected to be released later this year. The judiciary also offers a mobile version of its website for access across multiple platforms.

Posted by Derek Major on May 26, 2015 at 9:05 AM


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