With the transition to iCourt systems and processes just over a month away, there are trainings planned for justice partners, attorneys and firms to gain a better understanding of specific changes you can expect before and after go-live in October, as well as more details on e-filing and the iCourt Portal.
Scheduled Maintenance for iCourt Portal to start at 7pm (MT) today
If you have attempted to search the iCourt Portal recently, you may have received an error message, stating: "There was an error while processing your request. Please try again later." This issue is particularly prevalent when multiple cases or parties should be returned as part of the search result. You may be able to work-around the error by refining your search criteria, using the “Advanced Filtering Options” within Smart Search, such as limiting your search to a specific county instead of all counties.
Idaho's Court Assistance Office just launched Guide & File - a new online tool that helps individuals and small businesses navigate the legal process without legal representation and file specific claims for free, online.
The iCourt project team is focusing on the success of future deployments with targeted improvements to support and processes. Click to read more!
Idaho Supreme Court Adjusts iCourt Launch Dates. Click to read more!
On December 1, the iCourt project will officially kickoff in those six counties, jointly known as Wave 2, and work will begin to get them ready to transition to the new system. Click to read more!
Extended training offered for attorneys to ask questions and refresh skills. Click to read more!
e-Filing is now mandatory in Ada County. Click to read more!
Mandatory e-Filing starts Monday, October 3 in Ada County. Click to read more!