The Brooks Computing Systems Legal Pleading Software System provides all necessary communications to create, store and report on the documents required to make motions and other pleadings before the court. Because I am a resident of Missouri the Vernon's Annotated Missouri Rules as well as the Constitution of the State of Missouri are legal infrastructure for this version. However this software is adaptable to any of the other forty nine states as well as federal jurisdictions.
The infrastructure is able to handle as many documents as are necessary for as many unique cases a practicing attorney may have (up to two billion entries each). Each office or attorney may enter up to two billion cases and each case may have up to two billion document or subsequent pleadings per case.
The application tracks by case number each document and pleading. As many documents may be added as necessary that accommodates all desired actions.
This is accomplished by maintaining unique case numbers then unique identifiers are used for each subsequent document body. The appropriate document heading; including the appropriate plaintiff, defendant, the certificates of authenticity and service are stored in the data base management system.
A report preview and print sub system is offered to collect on a per document basis all component parts retrieved from the data base and presents them for further processing. The mechanism exists that allows all reports to be saved in a file format in addition to being able to produce portable document format documents. Fact of the matter is this report sub system will accommodate any and every printer attached to the windows platform.
This organizational feat is accomplished by applying the master detail principles to the legal pleadings scenario.
The back end is scalable and is structured query language (SQL) compliant. This makes the software conversant over twenty five of the most popular data base management systems (DBMS's).
This version is accommodates a single law office but with minor modifications the system may accommodate up to two billion unique attorneys. Each attorney may have up to two billion cases and each case may have up to two billion subsequent documents.
Please feel free to contact me at my web site below for further assistance in this as well as other endeavors. Simply click on the free consultation link at the top of every active page on the web site.
Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer