It is a well-known fact that in most jurisdictions the number of cases before the judicial system is staggering. The dockets are full and the pressures to reduce costs high. Citizens cannot afford the cost of legal representation, so they turn to pro se representation slowing down the process even more. Lawyers are increasingly wary of turning to judges because the increasing complexity of the matters treated does not allow them to advise their clients on the predictability of the outcome.
In the face of all these challenges, governments have tried to respond as best they could. Some have tried to use Internet based tools to facilitate the process but achieved a sufficient level of productivity because the rights of their citizens to access the judicial system cannot be adequately respected. In other cases, the procedures that exist cannot be entirely digitized.
Increasingly most over-burdened judicial systems have worked very hard to move cases out of the public arena and into the private through mediation and arbitration. But Internet based solutions have been slow in coming.
That is until now. Truveli uses the social networking and collaborative strengths of the Internet to build a system based on the principles and practices of Common Law. Each cases is voluntarily submitted to Truveli by the parties (limited to two for now), arguments and evidence are reviewed by a panel of jurors and each outcome is stored online to become a stepping stone for a whole new system of truly global standards.
So, if your judiciary is over-whelmed by requests for justice try turning the parties to Truveli for a quick and efficient result.