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What services does Missouri's Case.net provide?

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As of May 2015, Case.net provides case management options for Missouri courts that are part of the automated system and for cases that are considered public, according to its website. Individuals obtain information through the website about docket entries, parties, judgments and charges.

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Interested parties use the Case.net system by searching for a litigant's name, a filing date or a case number. The schedules for hearings and trials in specific courts are available, notes Case.net. Judgements are shown after site users input pertinent last names or business names. Through Case.net, lawyers are permitted to file certain documents electronically, and people are able to pay fees online.

To pay a fee, a person performs a search to find the appropriate case or enters the court and case number, reports Case.net. The system applies a convenience fees on credit or debit card payments. The additional cost is based on the specific amount of the court fee. Electronic checks are subjected to a flat-rate fee.

Another example of offered services is the General Help page, which lists the information available for specific kinds of cases. For instance, lawyers' names and addresses, litigants' names and types, and final judgements are offered for paternity cases, explains Case.net.

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