February 21, 2006

High court daily list through SMS

lawyerss.jpg A new SMS service helps Indian lawyers keep track of their clients' cases, reports The Hindu

"The Madras High Court Madurai Bench Advocates Association using the SMS facility on mobile telephones to inform lawyers regarding the "cause list", the daily schedule of cases in the respective courts.

Under the system, the mobile numbers of the lawyers of the association have been stored in a computer network available with the association. Once the cause list for subsequent day was made available by the registry, the association staff feed the details into the computer.

The software then would match the names of advocates on its rolls against the names in the cause list and would send an SMS to the concerned lawyers. "

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-- Text messaging to cut witness time at court in Lincolnshire

-- Texting to get police back on the beat

-- Delhi State to offer court SMS services

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