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Local kiosk still not functioning


A statement has been released from the State of Nebraska regarding the JUSTICE system, which is currently not fully functioning.

The statement said that public access kiosks in the courthouses across Nebraska are temporarily down due to a needed software upgrade. The Nebraska court case management system, “JUSTICE”, is online and public court records are still available through the clerk’s office. Subscriptions for remote online access to JUSTICE case records are also still available through Nebraska.gov.

Courthouse kiosks are being brought back online regionally. There may be a kiosk in a nearby county that is available for use. According to the statement, every effort is being made by the Administrative Office of the Courts and the state Chief Information Office’s network team to bring back public services through the kiosks as quickly as possible.

As some of our readers are already aware, the Observer has not been publishing court house records for the past several weeks. Due to this inconvenience, many questions in the community have arisen. Calls from the public concerning this issue have been made to both the District Clerk’s office, as well as, the Observer.

Some have questioned if the courts and the Observer are still working with one other. Yes, both parties are still working closely together.

“Our small community is dependent on the services of this kiosk, payments, media, or others,” said Kimball County District Clerk Deb Demoz. “I want to assure the community that our office is doing everything possible to get this system back up and running.”


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