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11-02-06 Sustain Technologies - Corruption of the State Courts Has Deep Roots in Los Angeles County, California

11-02-06 Sustain Technologies - Corruption of the State Courts Has Deep Roots in Los Angeles County, California

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11-02-06 Sustain - Corruption of the state courts has deep roots in Los Angeles County,California
The Los Angeles based Sustain Technologies is wholly owned by the Los Angeles based Daily Journal - the largestlegal newspaper in California, with tight ties to the California Judicial Council.
Sustain Technologies is the maker of:
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Sustain - the secretive courts’ case management system, and
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eCourt - the courts’ online public access system
Around 1985 Sustain was first developed and installed in the Los Angeles Superior Court.
At that time, Ronald George, the immediate past Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, according to hisofficial bio, served in leadership positions in the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Based on two unpublished reports by Dr Zernik, a world-renowned computer science expert provided an opinion
[1,2]
supporting Dr Zernik's claims that the Sustain enables fraud by court staff, and called upon US based computerscience experts to investigate the system.
Combined, Sustain and eCourt were opined by Dr Zernik as the enabling tools for racketeering in the Los AngelesSuperior Court.
The latest report by Sustain Technologies claims: "25 Years. Two Provinces. Eleven States. Three Countries."
LINKS[1]
09-04-20 Prof Eliyahu Shamir's Opinion Letter re: Sustain - the Case Management System of the SuperiorCourt of California, County of Los Angeleshttp://www.scribd.com/doc/46069337/  
[2]
09-04-20 Prof Eli Shamir, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, directory informationhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/30454039/  
 
eCourt | Other Products | Services | Client Login | About
Events
December 14, 2010
E-Courts West (NationalCenter for State Courts) inLas Vegas
Feb 6 – 8, 2011
NACM Mid-year conferencein Baltimore, MD
July, 2011
Ohio Judges Conference
July 10 – 14, 2011
NACM Annual conference inVegas
October 4 – 6, 2011
CTC 2011 in Long Beach
News
August 23
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal goes live in Criminalon eCourt
July 10
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal goes live in Civil oneCourt
July 10
Tulare Superior Court goeslive on Sustain Web Servicesin support of IVR/IWR project
July 10
Merced Superior Court goeslive on Sustain Web Servicesin support of IVR/IWR project
Apr 10
Tulare Superior Court goeslive on interface betweenSustain and law enforcementagency
Jan 10
25 Years. Two Provinces. Eleven States. Three Countries.
Configurable. Powerful. Dynamic. Sustain eCourt is a completely Web-based case processing system, developed fromover 25 years of delivering successful case management systems to large and small courts and justice agencies intwo provinces, eleven states and three countries. Owned by the Daily Journal Corporation, a legal industry leadersince 1888, Sustain eCourt uses the latest in Web technology for the flexibility and scalability you need in today’sdynamic justice environment.
Configurable Flexible Web Design – All Courts/Justice Agencies and All Case Types
eCourt is ideal for all courts/Justice Agencies and all case types because its screens, data elements, business rules,work queues, searches, alerts, etc., are user-friendly and highly configurable. The system is readily adapted by yourpersonnel – we deliver a complete system, train you to use it, and give you all the tools and support so you canrapidly adapt with the future.
Powerful Workflow and Business Rule Engines Process Your Cases
eCourt’s configurable workflow and business rule engines automate and streamline your processes, transformingtedious manual tasks so your staff can focus on serving your community. eCourt’s overall UI and databaseconfigurability, combined with Workflow, allows the system to easily accommodate different approaches to solvingproblems. No longer will you fear changes in legislation, rules and processes – you now have the means to quicklyadapt.
With eCourt you get:
Rich Features
for rapid data access and file review. Case initiation forms that tailor to your needs.Calendaring that is intuitive for viewing, rescheduling, canceling and reassigning cases. Dashboards, alerts,searches and reports that give you the latest information.
Configurable workflow
and Notification system to automate routine tasks and work queues which notify youwhen something needs your attention. Supervisory dashboards to actively manage and report the health of yourprocesses.
eCourtPublic which includes eFiling for registered users and public view
for secure, 24x7 service toyour community.
Real time courtroom case processing
for seamless storage of courtroom decisions and instant productionof orders and invoices.
Fully integrated document management
to produce and attach notices and orders, scan exhibits, andgive judges access to case files from anywhere.
Customizable time standards
to track and report deadlines, including 'pending' and 'expired' alerts,integrated with workflow to trigger predefined sequential processes.
Much more - contact David Smith at (303) 570-3387 ordsmith@sustain.net.
USER CUSTOMIZABLE DASHBOARD
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2/7/2011 Sustainhttp://www.sustain.net/ 1/3
http://www.sustain.net/
 
San Benito Superior Courtgoes live on Sustain WebServices in support of IVR/IWR project
Dec 09
Sierra Superior Court joinsPlumas Superior Court onSustain – first regionalcourthouse in California
Dec 09
Monterey Superior Courtgoes live on interfacebetween Sustain and TrafficCollections
Oct 09
Humboldt Superior Courtgoes live in Criminal onSustain, including interfaceswith County Law EnforcementWarrant System, and to/fromthe Humboldt County DistrictAttorney and Jail
Oct 09
Washington DC Office of Administrative Hearings goeslive on eCourt
Aug 09
Tulare Superior Court goeslive on interface betweenSustain and CA Franchise TaxBoard
Jul 09
Lake Superior Court goes liveon interface between Sustainand its collections agency
Jul 09
Merced Superior Court goeslive on interface betweenSustain and CA Franchise TaxBoard
Jun 09
Tulare Superior Court goeslive on interface betweenSustain and Tulare CountyDistrict Attorney
May 09
Monterey Superior Courtgoes live on Sustain WebServices in support of IVR/IWR
Mar 09
Merced Superior Court goeslive on Sustain across all casetypes, including interfaceswith the County’s warrantsystem, a collections agency,and a Web portal
Feb 09
Madera Superior Court goeslive on interface between
2/7/2011 Sustainhttp://www.sustain.net/ 2/3

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