MiCOURT is a ‘one court’ Windows-based case management system. This application replaces current JIS case management systems.
The MiCOURT Experience is a set of tools made especially for your project. Our mission is simple: When it is time to migrate your data, you will be prepared! We have created a monthly newsletter to keep you informed on the rollout process, training and helpful resources to prepare you for your implementation. Making sure you are prepared for migration to MiCOURT is vitally important; by using the tools you receive in the MiCOURT Experience, we can ensure a smooth transition for you and your court.
Our 2015 court migrations are fully underway! 56th Circuit-Eaton went live on February 23rd and will be followed by 35th Circuit-Shiawassee April 27th. The migrations continue with all of the following: 5th Circuit-Barry, 36th Circuit-Van Buren and 31st Circuit-St. Clair.
2016: The 4th Circuit Court in Jackson will begin the 2016 line up. The following courts have been added to the list of 2016 migrations: 44th Circuit-Livingston, P39-Kalamazoo (Probate Premier), 26th Circuit-Alpena/Montmorency, 23rd Circuit-Alcona/Arenac/Iosco/Oscoda, 34th Circuit-Ogemaw/Roscommon,48th Circuit-Allegan, 53rd Circuit-Cheboygan/Presque Isle, 55th Circuit-Clare/Gladwin, 38th Circuit Monroe, 50th Circuit-Chippewa, P70-Ottawa and P78-Shiawassee (Juvenile Premier & Probate). A district premier court is also scheduled during the year. This list of migrations completes the 2016 line up.
2017: The following courts have been added to the list of 2017 migrations: Huron County (all courts), P29-Gratiot Juvenile & Probate, P71-Presque Isle, P18-Cheboygan Juvenile & Probate, P15-Charlevoix Juvenile & Probate, P28-Grand Traverse Juvenile & Probate, Marquette County (all courts), 8th District-Kalamazoo, 32A District-Harper Woods, 34th District-Romulus and 57th District-Allegan.
2018: Trial Court Systems (TCS) courts will begin being added to the court migration schedule. The following courts have already signed up to be added to the list: Gogebic County (all courts) and Calhoun County (all courts).
There are still plenty of available times left to schedule your migration! Contact the JIS Rollout team to learn how you can get added to the list.
Get Ready for MiCourt
To learn more about MiCOURT rollout and planning:
Active JIS users can visit the JIS Knowledge Base for MiCOURT technical information, including release notes, setup documents, and MiCOURT procedures.