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You have a nephew in high school that e-mails you and asks for your help with a school project about probation departments. Specifically, he has asked for help regarding how probation departments could better handle their increasing case load of probationers. Analyze the problem and reply to your nephew's e-mail giving him information regarding how modern case management software, such as Monitor from Loryx Systems, the Probation Tracking System from General Computer Services, Quest from Gottlieb & Wertz, Inc., or JustWare from NewDawn Technologies (as just a few examples of the many available), are being developed to help probation departments more efficiently and effectively manage the ever-growing influx of probationers from federal, state, and local courts in the United States.

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Hello (Name of Nephew),
How are you? I am replying to your queries regarding the use of modern case management software in efficiently handling the increasing case load of probationers.

Let us first understand the benefits of a general case management software and why it is important for today's law practitioners.

Every lawyer has some find of system for dealing with ongoing matters and dormant or closed matters. Typically, that system involves file folders, filing cabinets and papers stacked in piles on their desks and in their offices. ...

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You have a nephew in high school that e-mails you and asks for your help with a school project about probation departments. Specifically, he has asked for help regarding how probation departments could better handle their increasing case load of probationers. Analyze the problem and reply to your nephew's e-mail giving him information regarding how modern case management software, such as Monitor from Loryx Systems, the Probation Tracking System from General Computer Services, Quest from Gottlieb & Wertz, Inc., or JustWare from NewDawn Technologies (as just a few examples of the many available), are being developed to help probation departments more efficiently and effectively manage the ever-growing influx of probationers from federal, state, and local courts in the United States.

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