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Integration of information communication technology (ICT) with the judicial system has recently brought new opportunities in courts toward improved efficiency, quality, and transparency of court cases; better management of cases from registration through case disposal; and extended availability of the judiciary. This paper reflects on the implementation of the e-court system in the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court in the region of Kurdistan in Iraq. The analysis is based on expert interviews of different stakeholders in the appellate court. The results show significant improvements in terms of the court case management workflow in the following four areas: improved internal daily operations, the security of court cases, concurrent extended access to the judiciary, and transparency. The research aims at extending the body of knowledge for judiciaries, who are on the way to start integrating technology to courts.
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Civil Primary Court (6 courts), Personal Status Court (5 courts), Personal Items Court, Labour Court, Investigative Court (12 courts), Misdemeanors Court (6 courts), Felony Court (3 courts), and Juvenile Court.
Draft, pending, registered, in next instance; closed, unified, canceled, in supreme court; suspended, abrogated, dropped out, dropped out date passed; in implementation.
Supreme Court judge, previous court president at the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
Judge at the primary court in the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court, member of the judges advisory board in the e-court project.
Member of the appellate court panel of the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
Prosecutor at the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
Supreme Court judge, a previous member of the appellate court panel at the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
Judicial investigator at the police station in the Sulaimaniyah Appeal Court.
Lawyer at the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
Judge at the investigative courts in the Sulaimaniyah Appellate Court.
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- Springer Singapore