Attorney setup instructions --for Judici access to all their documents and data

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Set up attorneys to use Judici to remotely access all of their documents and data in all of their courts. (Click here for judge setup instructions.)

Call Goodin Associates for help with the following.

Step 1: PC JIMS setup

Link an attorney to their email address in PC JIMS, so that Judici can identify them when they request access to their online documents.

  1. From the PC JIMS Technical menu, go to Case Management Tables/Edit Attorneys.
    1. Search for the attorney's name on the Name Tab of the Attorney Hub.
    2. Click here for instruction on how to fix your attorney records, e.g. if you locate multiple entries for the same attorney.
      1. If no record found, search by ARDC, email address and/or alternate spellings of their name.
      2. Multiple spellings of the same attorney will need to be corrected. Only one name can be associated with a given ARDC and email address.
    3. Having located a single record for the attorney, double‐click the entry to enter the Edit Attorney screen.
    4. Confirm/edit the information to include their ARDC number and email address. This must match the info on their Judici account.
    5. If an attorney is not listed in your records, click the File menu to add New Attorney, and enter their information.
    6. Save.

Step 2a: Direct attorneys to sign up for a Judici account

  1. Direct attorneys to for instruction on how to sign up for a Judici account, and more.

Step 2b: Direct attorneys with an existing Judici account to confirm their info

  1. Attorneys who already have a Judici account should log into it to confirm that their info (under Account/User Information) is correct. They can use the Judici Contact Us link if they need help.
  • Attorney registration number (ARDC) must be correct

  • Email address must match that on record at the court

  • Type of Business must indicate “Attorney

Step 4: Set up attorneys for remote access to their confidential documents and data in all of their courts

Call Goodin Associates for help with the following or to request the required forms. Ask for Kat.
  • Submit a completed Exhibit D2 -Automatic Extended Access Security Groups form

--to specify the default type of access that judges (and separately, attorneys of record) should be automatically allowed.

  • Submit a completed Exhibit D2 -Extended Access Security Groups form
--to create and specify access rights for other types of security groups.
Example 1: Your default access for attorney's of record might not include impounded cases. So, create a group for "attorneys with access to impounded cases."
Example 2: You might also find use for other groups, such as "PD users with access to warrants" or "POs with access to juvenile documents and data."
  • Assign users to a specific security group
--This has to be done for users other than judges, attorneys of record and law enforcement officers covered by your automatic default access for their group.
    1. Log into Judici with your court administrator account..
    2. Go to the Court Admin link.
    3. Go to Group Assignments.
    4. At bottom of the appropriate security group, click Add User.
    5. Search by email for the user you want to add.
      1. If not found, search by the ID the user would have been emailed when they registered for their account.
    6. Once located, click the user's name to Add them to this group.