The benefits of a computerized court system statewide in Massachusetts are obvious: efficiency, fewer errors and speed. A byproduct of computerization, though, is that legal groups that have traditionally worked seemingly independently will unite.

At a demonstration yesterday at the Massachusetts State House of the Trial Court’s information technology advances, participants and observers said that besides the improvements to the court process for the public, members of the state’s police departments, district attorneys offices and court clerk’s offices would become more connected. And that, they say, can only be a good thing for the efficiency of the courts.

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