Irish tech firm to build live database of English and Welsh criminal courts

The deal will see Courtsdesk given full access to the records of the British justice system

28th June, 2020
Irish tech firm to build live database of English and Welsh criminal courts
Enda Leahy of Courtsdesk who have been given access to Britain‘s justice system to build a live database of every criminal court in England and Wales. Picture: Shane Lynam

An Irish legal tech firm has been given unprecedented access to Britain‘s justice system to build a live database of every criminal court in England and Wales.

Courtsdesk‘s new digital platform will supply advance listings and outcomes of criminal court cases, including charges, prosecutions and sentencing and will initially be piloted by news outlets.

“This is a mammoth task. It’s every single criminal prosecution across the two countries, which is 1.5...

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