This program is a model for providing information to the public and accessing the Michigan Court System.
What does the ADA require? Learn the fundamentals and ensure compliance. This recording is in closed caption format.
This recording, from the Chief Deputy Clerk seminar in September 2014, includes topics such as Case File Management Standards, Records Management and Retention, Juvenile Records, and Probate Records.
This recording covers the basics of how to process general civil cases in district court.
This recording covers the basics of summary proceedings in district court.
This recording provides information regarding how judges and court staff can effectively communicate with persons who are deaf or hard of hearing. It will familiarize the viewer with American Sign Language interpretation.
This presentation addresses the importance of jury management, why it is important as a court performance measurement and measuring juror yield and juror utilization.
This jury management seminar recording provides an overview of the jury management performance measure, juror yield, juror utilization, the MCAP application and current jury management software.
This video provides insight into behavior that violates ethical guidelines; offers decision-making guidelines that help avoid the appearance of impropriety; offers responses when faced with ethical dilemmas; and refers to the Model Code of Conduct for Michigan Court Employees.
MiFILE, E-filing, EDMS, CMS.…you might hear these terms and acronyms, but have no idea what they are or how they work together. This presentation will define these terms and give you the context you need to understand future communications about electronic filing.
Performance measures are quantifiable indicators used to assess how well an organization is achieving its desired objectives. This video explains how Michigan Trial Courts and SCAO have developed and use performance measures as a court management tool.
This training addresses the basics of initiating, enforcing, modifying, extending, and terminating a Personal Protection Order.