The 18th Judicial Circuit's former chief judge, who's now an appellate court justice, helped the county with the design for the new system.
"We can take electronic information and put it on a TV screen and make it available for the public," said Appellate Justice Ann Jorgenson. "Anyone can walk into this courthouse and find out any place any case is pending in this building on any given day. And I think that's a remarkable accomplishment for our circuit court."
Justice Jorgenson said replacing paper schedules with modern electronics shows what can happen when officials work together for the common good.