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Sonoma County Superior Court reopens with help from AgileGov Social Distancing software.

Sonoma County Superior Court reopened for business on June 1st following an eleven week COVID-19 closure. Software developed by AgileGov is helping court staff enforce social distancing requirements by managing the flow of defendants and court customers into the courthouse. June 2020

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Sonoma County Superior Court selects Connect for Pre-Trial Hearing Reminders and Notifications

AgileGov’s Connect integrated with Sonoma’s Odyssey case management system will provide hearing reminder and general notifications to court clients. Both parties will explore how Connect can be used to assist with informing clients of new courthouse procedures being implemented in response to COVID-19. April 2020

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MN 4th District using AgileGov system to notify defendants of COVID-19 closures and rescheduling.

eAlerts (aka Announcements in Connect) are being used by the MN 4th District to notify affected defendants of courthouse closures due to COVID-19 emergency measures, reducing the volume of phone inquiries to the court service center. March 2020

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Hennepin County District Court featured in Star Tribune article about hearing reminders.

“A pilot program in Hennepin County court that sends text messages and e-mail reminders to people about upcoming hearings has reduced the number of arrest warrants being issued and is expected to roll out statewide this month.” Nov 2019

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Highlighted in GovTech – AgileGov completes MN Statewide Rollout of AgileGov hearing reminder solution.

MINNESOTA ROLLS OUT STATEWIDE PLAN TO REDUCE BENCH WARRANTS BY TEXT Minnesota’s new statewide plan aims to reduce bench warrants with a new system that reaches residents via text. The new system went live across the state last month. Oct 2019   

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Court client featured in Route50 article highlighting $1.4M annual savings from AgileGov’s hearing reminder solution

“Since 2017, the number of bench warrants dropped by 25 percent. Courts also saw a 35 percent decrease in defendants failing to appear…the county estimated that missed court appearances alone were costing roughly $1.4 million per year.” Oct 2019

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