Registry of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Selects CaseLogistix Evidence and Litigation Management Software

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Nashville-based CaseLogistix, Inc., a leading provider of evidence and litigation management software for the legal community, today announced that the Registry of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (the Registry) has selected CaseLogistix for the evidence database and litigation support needs of the Prosecutor's Office.

Nashville-based CaseLogistix, Inc., a leading provider of evidence and litigation management software for the legal community, today announced that the Registry of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina (the Registry) has selected CaseLogistix for the evidence database and litigation support needs of the Prosecutor's Office.

The Registry is charged with a five-year mandate to provide material and professional support to the Justice Sector, building capacity to investigate, prosecute and try war crimes, organized crime, economic crime and corruption at the state level; as well as ensuring the legal process meets both national legal standards and international standards of fair trial and due process of law. The Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina is currently dealing with more than 200 cases of alleged war crimes from the war of 1991-1995, involving more than 1,400 persons suspected of having committed genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.

“Our office is charged with investigating the most serious crimes committed during more than three years of war - it's extremely challenging and important work. We did a lengthy review, and concluded CaseLogistix was by far the best product out there for our needs,” stated Marko Prelec, an investigator with the Registry.

The selection of CaseLogistix was based primarily on the following system features and functions:

  •     SQL back-end: The Microsoft SQL technology enables users to easily make changes and customizations to CaseLogistix’ relational database;
  •     International capabilities: Unicode compliance – CaseLogistix can handle Unicode character sets to render the software useful in multiple languages including Cyrillic; International language support – CaseLogistix can be utilized worldwide by non-English users. The interface, menus and dialogue boxes can be displayed in most non-English languages;
  •     Flexibility and customizability: Product improvements and enhancements, including language specific interface modifications and new Unicode capabilities, provide a custom system with regional and global appeal;
  •     User Interface/ Ease of use: The attractive and intuitive user interface enables all users to fully utilize and adopt CaseLogistix.

CaseLogistix combines the best in artificial intelligence, word searching capabilities, and document organization/annotation tools with a friendly user interface that includes self-customizing features. The CaseLogistix version 4.2 software allows legal teams to quickly collect, organize, annotate, and research any amount of digital evidence using a software interface similar to that of Microsoft Outlook. In addition, the software permits legal teams to customize virtual libraries of documents through use of its unique IndyGo publisher.

“At the end of their analysis, CaseLogistix became the clear evidence management and litigation support choice for The Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” stated Roe Frazer, CEO of CaseLogistix. “Based on their evaluation, CaseLogistix uniquely meets the demands of the Cyrillic alphabet, as well as independent specific customization needs of the Prosecutor’s Office. Also, the user-friendly and intuitive interface of CaseLogistix transcends international language boundaries and translates well for use anywhere.”

Additional information about CaseLogistix can be found at http://www.caselogistix.com.

About CaseLogistix

CaseLogistix is the sole developer and marketer of CaseLogistix, the most powerful and versatile evidence management software available today. With CaseLogistix, legal teams are one click away from enhancing their ability to win cases by instantly collecting, annotating, organizing, and analyzing any amount of digital evidence. For more information go to http://www.caselogistix.com.

About the Registry of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Registry employs some 25 international staff working in the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, including 19 international lawyers from the United States, Great Britain, France, Germany, the Philippines and Australia. The Prosecutor's Office is the only authority with jurisdiction over the entire territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the only office in Bosnia authorized to take over cases transferred from the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague.

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