Yolo County’s Anniversary with aiSMARTBENCH

Happy Anniversary – Yolo County Marks One Year Live with aiSMARTBENCH 

Yolo County Superior Court in Northern California handles a heavy caseload of criminal, civil and business matters across 12 court settings. Judges are becoming accustomed to changes in technology. In just a few short years, the evolution of the courtroom and judge chambers has cycled through manual typewriters, electric typewriters, word processors, and personal computers with word processing programs. Copiers that went from having wet paper on a roll to dry single sheets are now mostly obsolete – replaced by ink and laser jet printers. And courtroom dictation/reporting equipment went from belt-driven machines to hand­-held electronic recorders to hands­-free digital devices. As technology changes, judges and court administrators must decide when it makes sense for them to adapt to the changing times.

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One day. 150 people.

This local TV news clip captured the behind-the-scene efficiencies of aiSMARTBENCH which enabled Escambia County judge Jennifer Frydrychowitz and the Escambia Clerk’s Office to expedite the processing of people who had suspended driver’s licenses to obtained reissued licenses. These aiSmartBench efficiencies not only fast-tracked a group of under-served constituents of the county but, in some instances, led to hugs for the judge, promoting goodwill across the board.

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