Our Case Watch service lets you subscribe to receive automatic e-mails whenever the court adds/modifies info on the case, including new filings (whether e-filed or not), hearings and docket notes. Emails will go to the address associated with your account (see the User Information tab). If you'd like to direct these emails to alternate addresses, this page offers instruction on how you can.
Legal professionals get this at no additional cost in our Courtlook service
Note: If the subscription payment process comes up even though you have a subscription, check your subscribed services on the Services tab on your account. You may have a Multicourt subscription rather than a Courtlook subscription.
The general public can use this as a stand-alone service, for a per-case fee.
To subscribe to a case in Case Watch
At the top of the Case Information page on a case, click on the following button:
Once subscribed, you will receive a receipt e-mail confirming your subscription. If you don't, see the relevant Case Watch troubleshooting tip found here.
If the subscription payment process comes up when you thought it would be free
Check your subscribed services on the Services tab on your account. If you don't have a Courtlook subscription, then Case Watch subscriptions won't be free.
To unsubscribe from a case
Use the link at the bottom of all Case Watch e-mails, or click the link at the far right of Check the Services tab on your account
If you don't see any e-mails
See the relevant Case Watch troubleshooting tip found here.
Case file document access
Any Judici account associated with an attorney registration number can access online documents from the case file.
Which courts offer this?
All of the courts which participate in Judici offer online documents.
Where are the documents found?
Once you click a case number link, the page you see will have tabs at the right side of the page to access different kinds of data (Information | Dispositions | History, etc). If your account is associated with the attorney of record listed in the court's records for that case, this will include a "Docs" tab from which you can view the documents.