re:SearchIL integration

How it works

  1. We notify re:SearchIL every time a case has an added/changed/deleted document/attorney/party, as well as any changes to the security of a document or case.
    1. This includes all documents produced at the court (e.g. orders, notices). This means that if you or judicial staff were e-filing documents produced by your judge or court, that is no longer necessary once you're integrated.
  2. re:SearchIL is then supposed to ask us for an update on the case, by way of a "getCase" call to Judici, prompting use to return a list of all of the current documents/attorneys/parties... not just what has changed.
    1. Just as with Judici, this approach effectively makes the data "self-healing"- if re:Search is missing a document... or has the wrong case/document security status, it will be fixed the next time a case is changed as described above.
  3. If a user then asks for a document from the list, re:SearchIL gets it “fresh” from us. Aside from short-term cached copies, re:SearchIL doesn't keep copies of documents.


The initial mandate for re:SearchIL was limited to civil cases. As of 6/13/2019, that's all our integration communicates to them. Whenever the AOIC puts out the new Remote Access Policy, this may well change.


    1. Can't see docs on cases never e-filed on. Note 6/13/2019: Tyler now picks up new cases which are created manually at the court and sent to them via our re:SearchIL integration

How to get help with re:SearchIL

Tyler has advised that user issues from attorney, judges, Clerk staff etc. should be handled using the support resources available right on the re:SearchIL website.

Issues regarding court data security/confidentiality