The Juvenile Branch of the Family Court in Philadelphia is starting the new year off by embracing technology and furthering the court’s efforts to achieve the goal of one judge overseeing each family.

Philadelphia Common Pleas Family Court Division Administrative Judge Paul P. Panepinto has given the green light for the creation of an automated case processing and management system for the Juvenile Branch. The new system will be called the “Juvenile Court and Probation Information System.”

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