Press Releases

October, 2014 - Newport News, VA

The City of Newport News successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on their local server platform. The project included the complete conversion of their VCAIS database including forensic documents and the ability to interface with the Newport News Police Department and support the Office’s community-based prosecution initiatives.

September, 2014 - York County, SC

The Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Solicitor’s Office, our first South Carolina customer and representing York and Union Counties, successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on the HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud platform. The project included a successful data conversion of the PCMS legacy system and other databases, and the ability to interface with their Court Clerks, Detention Centers and SC Criminal History System.

July, 2014 - Uintah County, Utah

The Uintah County Attorney's Office, our first Utah customer, successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on the HOSTEDbyKARPEL cloud platform. This project included a successful data conversion of the Utah Prosecution Counsel PIMS database, Office 365 integration with Office and Outlook and the ability to interface with law enforcement and the Utah State Courts mandated e-Filing.
June, 2014 - Maricopa County, Arizona

The Maricopa County Attorney's Office, representing the 4th largest county in the United States, successfully implemented PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our cloud-computing platform, HOSTEDbyKARPEL. This project included data conversion, multiple interfaces and training over 800 users all within a 6 month project timeline. "This solutions represents a quantum leap forward in our efforts to create a paperless system that allows our prosecutors to more effectively and efficiently manage their caseloads," Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.
May, 2014 - Amador County, California

The Amador County District Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on the HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud platform.  This project included a successful CRIMES 4.0 data conversion and onsite training.
May, 2014 - Roanoke County, Virginia

The Roanoke County Commonwealth Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL and goes live on the HOSTEDbyKarpel  cloud platform. 
April, 2014 - San Juan County, Washington

San Juan County goes live on PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the "Cloud" within 60 days of contract signing!  This project included a successful data conversion of Abacus and onsite training.   
February, 2014 - Cabell County, West Virginia

The Cabell County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, our first West Virginia customer implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL  after successfully converting and blending two databases into one usable system.  This 20 user office is hosted by our Cloud platform -HOSTEDbyKarpel.
January, 2014 - 26th Judicial District Louisiana - Bossier, Webster Parish

The 26th Judicial District implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL after a successful CRIMES data conversion. 
January, 2014 - Mecklenburg County, Virginia

Mecklenburg County Commonwealth Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on the HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud platform along with a successful VCAIS data conversion.
December, 2013 - City/County of Honolulu, Hawaii

The City/County of Honolulu Office of the Prosecuting Attorney, our first customer in Hawaii, successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel on our HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud platform in less than 5 months with all 250 users trained on site.
December, 2013 - Polk County, Oregon

The Polk County District Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel in the "Cloud" after a successful DACMS data conversion. This office joins 14 other Oregon District Attorneys to participate in the Oregon District Attorney Statewide Data Sharing portal.
November, 2013 - San Luis Obispo County, California

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney's Office goes live on PROSECUTORbyKarpel after a successful data conversion of their mainframe legacy application and multiple interfaces with their judicial partners.
November, 2013 - City of Mesa, Arizona

The Mesa City Prosecuting Attorney's Office,our first customer in Arizona, implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel with a successful legacy data conversion including interfaces with police and court allowing this 50 users office to transition to a paperless environment.
November, 2013 - Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Spotsylvania County successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in 90 days and the first customer to be converted from the VCAIS legacy case management system used by half the Commonwealth's Attorneys in Virginia
October, 2013 - Harford County, Maryland

Harford County, our first Maryland customer, successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel on our HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud platform, taking them one step futher to a paperless office environment.
September, 2013 - Monterey County, California

After blending multiple data sources into one database, Monterey County begins using PROSECUTORbyKarpel on our Cloud computing platform - HOSTEDbyKarpel. 
August, 2013 - Harney County, Oregon

The Harney County District Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel in the "Cloud" after a successful DACMS data conversion.  This office joins a dozen other Oregon District Attorneys to participate in the Oregon District Attorney Statewide Data Sharing portal. 
July, 2013 - Jasper County, Missouri

Jasper County implements ProsecutorbyKarpel after a successful FORTIS data conversion.  This office is paperless and will begin electronically filing with the Missouri State's automated JIS system.
June, 2013 - King County, Washington

King County (Seattle), Washingtion, the 14th largest county in the U.S. implements ProsecutorbyKarpel on the HostedbyKarpel cloud platform after a successful data conversion of PROMIS.  This implementation included multiple interfaces and training 300 users of their felony division.
June, 2013 - Pike County, Missouri

Pike County successfully implements ProsecutorbyKarpel on the HostedbyKarpel cloud platform.
June, 2013 - Coos County, New Hampshire

This manual office implemented ProsecutorbyKarpel on the HostedbyKarpel cloud platform and joins the other New Hampshire County Attorneys for a successful statewide implementation of ProsecutorbyKarpel.
May, 2013 - Jackson County, Oregon

Jackson County implements ProsecutorbyKarpel on the HostedbyKarpel cloud platform after a successful DACMS and AS400 data conversion. This 41 user office implementation included a Law Enforcement interface and External Agency View for all their justice partners. 
March, 2013 - Washington County, Virginia

Washington County Commonwealth's Attorney implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HostedbyKarpel cloud platform in just two months.  The browser-based accessibility of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL will allow their attorneys to access their case information from anywhere they have internet access
March, 2013 - 9th East Judicial Circuit, Clark County Arkansas

After a successful data conversion of TimeMatters, our first Arkansas Prosecutor begins using PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HostedbyKarpel cloud platform and begins transitioning towards a paper-less office. 
February, 2013 - Department of Safety, Bureau of Hearings, New Hampshire

The Department of Safety, Bureau of Hearings implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the "cloud" for their 3 offices located throughout the State of New Hampshire.
February, 2013 - Siskiyou County, California

The Siskiyou County District Attorney's Office begins using PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our hosted cloud platform as they move towards a "paper-on-demand" office environment.
January, 2013 - Gem County, Idaho

Gem County, our first Idaho office, implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HostedbyKarpel cloud platform and begins transitioning towards a paper-less office. The usability of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL allowed Attorneys to begin using laptops in the courtroom during their training week!
December, 2012 - Walla Walla County, Washington

Walla Walla County implements and begins using PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the "Cloud" after a successful JLAN data conversion.
November, 2012 - Crook County, Oregon

Crook County implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the "Cloud" after a successful DACMS data conversion and begins transitioning to a paperless office.
November, 2012 - 143rd District Attorney's Office, Texas

Our first Prosecutor II data conversion, the 143rd, representing Loving, Reeves and Ward Counties, went live on HOSTEDbyKARPEL as scheduled before Thanksgiving.
November, 2012 - Douglas County, Oregon

Our first Tiburon data conversion, Douglas County successfully implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
October, 2012 - Tazewell County, Virginia

Tazewell County becomes our first Virginia customer!  After a 90 day implementation process, our team flew to Tazewell and went live in the middle of Hurricane Sandy and a foot of snow!
October, 2012 - Union County, Oregon

With a successful DACMS data conversion, Union County implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the Cloud and begins the transition to a "paperless" office.

September, 2012 - Glenn County, California

Glenn County implements their first case management system, PROSECUTORbyKARPEL, in the HOSTEDbyKARPEL Cloud.
August, 2012 - Morrow County, Oregon

The Morrow CountyDistrict Attorney's Office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on the HOSTEDbyKARPEL Cloud platform.
July, 2012 - 30th Judicial District Louisiana-Vernon Parish

Blending 4 separate AS400 databases, the 30th Judicial District implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL for all their criminal, pre-trial diversion, worthless checks and traffic case management.
June, 2012 - Washington County, Oregon

The Washington County District Attorney's Office went live with PROSECUTORbyKARPEL 5.0.  A successful data conversion from DACMS, the 115 employee office is one of the first offices in the State of Oregon to use the exciting new features and streamlined workflow of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.  The implementation included a successful document conversion from Laserfiche and a law enforcement transfer interface.  With Karpel Solutions, the Washington County District Attorney's Office plans on implementing eSubpoena and Microsoft Exchange calendaring features in the coming year.
June, 2012 - Missouri Attorney General Criminal Division

The Missouri Attorney General Public Safety Division implemented "cloud based" PROSECUTORbyKARPEL as their first turn key case management system.  The Public Safety Division is responsible for a wide range of criminal prosecution at the trial level including special prosecutions of felonies and misdemeanors, capital crimes, worker's compensation fraud, sexual violent predator cases, and medicare fraud.  The Public Safety Division is taking advantage of the document management, e-discovery, and statewide calendaring features of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL to migrate to a file-less prosecution model across their three offices in Jefferson City, Kansas City and Springfield.
June, 2012 - Cheshire County, New Hampshire

Cheshire County implements Version 5.0 after a successful Access based data conversion and taking advantage of one of many new features included in PROSECUTORbyKARPEL such as ICS calendaring that works with all calendaring applications enabling important events to be automatically placed on calendars of all staff assigned to a case.
May, 2012 - Lincoln County Oregon

Lincoln County District Attorney's Office goes live with PROSECUTORbyKARPEL along with 3 external interfaces including court date and electronic document exchange with OJIN and the Criminal History Recidivism Risk Tool.
April, 2012 - Carroll County New Hampshire

The Carroll County Attorney office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL in the "Cloud"  as their very first case management system. 

April, 2012 - Merrimack County New Hampshire

The Merrimack County Attorney Office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL after a successful Dialog conversion and allowing this 26 user office the advantage of implementing on our HOSTEDbyKarpel cloud computing platform.
March, 2012 - 22nd Judicial District Louisiana - St. Tammany, Washington Parishes

The 22nd Judicial District is the first office to implement our latest release Version 5.0 that streamlines traffic data entry for this 125 user office including a successful CRIMES data conversion and over 100 document templates converted.
March, 2012 - Strafford County New Hampshire

The Strafford County Attorney's office implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure enabling this 22 user office to work in the "Cloud"
February, 2012 - 18th Judicial District Louisiana-Iberville, West Baton Rouge, Pointe Coupee Parishes

Karpel Solutions carefully blends 3 separate CRIMES databases into a single PROSECUTORbyKARPEL implementation on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure.
February, 2012 - 6th Judicial District Louisiana-Madison, Tensa, East Carroll Parishes

With another successful CRIMES data conversion, the 6th Judicial District implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure.
February, 2012 - New Madrid County, Missouri

A small County in the boothill, New Madrid implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL and joins the Missouri community with electronic court filing, eDiscovery and electronic criminal history submission.
February, 2012 - Belknap County, New Hampshire

Belknap County implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HOSTEDbyKarpel Cloud computing platform along with another successful Judicial Dialog data conversion.
January, 2012 - Sullivan County, New Hampshire

Sullivan County begins using PROSECUTORbyKARPEL on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure.
December, 2011 - Macon County, Missouri

Macon County Missouri joins the PROSECUTORbyKarpel community with a successful implementation.
December, 2011 - Clinton County, Missouri

Clinton County implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel along with a successful Dialog data conversion.

November, 2011 - Harrison County, Missouri

Harrison County implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel with a successful Judical Dialog data conversion.
November, 2011 - Sherman County, Oregon

Sherman County implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure bringing another Oregon District Attorney's Office into the PROSECUTORbyKarpel community.
November, 2011 - Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Our first installation in New Hampshire goes smoothly and Jim Reams tells our data conversion specialist 'You da' man!" after another successful Dialog conversion.  This implementation sets the stage to implement one New Hampshire County a month until the entire State is using PROSECUTORbyKarpel before the end of 2012.
November, 2011 - Version 4.6 is released!

Only 6 months after the release of 4.5, our pilot counties all agree that 4.6 is another huge improvement and unanimously say, "Thank you for listening and quickly meeting our needs!"  192 customer requested enhancements are released to the PROSECUTORbyKarpel community at NO CHARGE.
October, 2011 - 21st District Louisiana - Tangipahoa, Livingston and St. Helena Parishes

Karpel Solutions carefully blends 3 separate CRIMES databases into a single PROSECUTORbyKarpel implementation to put another 120 users on our HOSTEDbyKarpel infrastructure.
October, 2011 - Stoddard County, Missouri

Another successful Dialog data conversion gets Stoddard County Missouri implemented.
October, 2011 - 16th District Louisiana - St. Martin, St. Mary and Iberia Parishes

110 users across 3 Parishes are implemented with data conversions from CRIMES and multiple Access databases.
September, 2011 - Pettis County, Missouri

Pettis County implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
August, 2011 - 33rd District Louisiana - Allen Parish

The 33rd District implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL including a successful CRIMES data conversion.

August, 2011 - Henry County, Missouri

Henry County Missouri implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
August, 2011 - 32nd District Louisiana - Terrebonne Parish

Converting CRIMES data for a successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
July, 2011 - Jefferson Parish Louisiana

The largest Parish in Louisiana goes live with data conversions from multiple legacy databases along with multiple Law Enforcement and Court interfaces.
June, 2011 - 25th Judicial District Louisiana-Plaquemines Parish

The 25th Judicial District implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL as their first step towards a paperless office.

June, 2011 - Andrew County, Missouri

Andrew County implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL utilizing our Cloud computing platform, HOSTEDbyKarpel.
May, 2011 - Plumas County, California

Plumas County takes advantage of HOSTEDbyKarpel, our Cloud Computing platform for PROSECUTORbyKARPEL. 
April, 2011 - Howard and Dallas County, Missouri

Howard and Dallas County implement PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
March, 2011 - Franklin County, Washington

Franklin County takes their first step towards a paperless office by purchasing 5 desktop scanners and implementing PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
March, 2011 - St.Clair and Clark County, Missouri

Two more Missouri Prosecuting Attorneys take advantage of Cloud computing by implementing PROSECUTORbyKARPEL, Hosted Solution.
February, 2011 - Lane County, Oregon

Lane's decision to image ALL new files upon "go live", makes for another successful DACMS conversion with OJIN Court interfaces and a soon to be paperless office.
January, 2011 - Josephine County, Oregon

A successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL including legacy data conversion, brings 23 more users closer to a paperless office.
January, 2011 - Putnam County Missouri

Putnam County Missouri implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
November, 2010 - Clackamas County, Oregon

Another successful DACMS conversion including a court interface with OJIN, moves 91 more users towards a paperless office.
November, 2010 - 7th District Louisiana-Catahoula and Concordia Parish

HOSTEDbyKarpel, our Cloud Computing platform, eliminated many manual processes and now provides communication between two physical locations using one integrated system.
November, 2010 - Grundy County, Missouri

Grundy County Missouri implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
October, 2010 - Yamhill County, Oregon

Converting DACMS data for a successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL including an interface with the Court's OJIN system.

October, 2010 - Chariton County, Missouri

PROSECUTORbyKARPEL is implemented in Chariton County.

September, 2010 - Adair, Laclede and Mississippi County Missouri

Three more Missouri Prosecutors implement PROSECUTORbyKARPEL
August, 2010 - Montgomery and Carroll County Missouri

Two Missouri prosecutors complete a successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
July, 2010 - East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana

Converting CRIMES data for a successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
July, 2010 - Colorado County, Texas

Our first Texas installation is a success including legacy data conversion and custom dockets.
June, 2010 - St. John Parish, Louisiana

By successfully converting their Court's data and automating many manual processes, PROSECUTORbyKARPEL has signficantly improved the communication and workflow between two separate physical locations by providing one integrated system including criminal prosecution, worthless checks, restitution, juvenile, probation and diversion.
May, 2010 - Calcasieu Parish, Lake Charles

Calcasieu Parish takes its first step towards a paperless office of 105 staff members by purschasing 10 desktop scanners, converting 18 years of AS/400 data and implementing PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
April, 2010 - Merced County California

Karpel Solutions implements Merced California and trains over 100 users including a very complex five-way data conversion of Adult Criminal, Juvenile, Victim Services, Family Violence and Court data.
March, 2010 - St. Bernard, Evangeline and West Feliciana Parish

Converting DBase and CRIMES data for a successful implementation of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
February, 2010 - LaSalle Parish Louisiana

LaSalle Parish implements PROSECUTORbyKARPEL.
February, 2010 - Malheur County Oregon

100% of the legacy DACMS data is successfully converted for our first Oregon installation.
December, 2009 - Red River Parish implements PROSECUTORbyKarpel!

Our first Louisiana installation is a huge success with the cooperation of LDAA and multiple other parishes. Improved Docket control and the ability to track sentences by crime category are just a few of the many highlights.
October, 2009 - Clay County implements its first automated Prosecution System!

A very complex data conversion which used data from the new state court system, combined with legacy data from the former court system, has made PROSECUTORbyKarpel a huge success as the FIRST automated Prosecution System in Clay County.
October, 2009 - Shelby and Monroe counties use HOSTEDbyKarpel!

A strong Internet connection replaces the need for Shelby and Monroe to purchace and maintain local server hardware as they join multiple other counties that use HOSTEDbyKarpel, our Software as a Service (SAAS) solution.
September, 2009 - Iron and Lincoln counties implement Version 4.2.

September, 2009 - Louisiana District Attorney Association selects PROSECUTORbyKarpel

LDAA officially selects Karpel to implement 19 Louisiana Parishes over the next two years. This selection was made after several demonstrations with thier technology committee and their review of 5 other competitive products.
August, 2009 - Pemiscot County implements Version 4.2

July, 2009 - Version 4.2 is released!

Version 4.2 has over 100 enhancements including Electronic Discovery with Redaction, Paperless Court Room, CLE Tracking and the annual Charge Code update.
May, 2009 - Jackson County adds another 125 users to the over 1000 users in Missouri.

A complex data conversion was successfully implemented in Jackson County. Karpel merged 400,000 records from OSCA's JIS court system, with 130,000 inaccurate, legacy application records to create the first and only comprehensive criminal activity database in Kansas City, MO.
April, 2009 - Cole and Vernon counties implement Version 4.0

PROSECUTORbyKarpel proudly facilitates the prosection of crime in the State Capital of Missouri, Jefferson City.
March, 2009 - Douglas and Polk counties implement Version 4.0

February, 2009 - Miller and Perry counties implement Version 4.0

Miller goes through a standard Dialog conversion while we convert Perry data straight from the State Wide Court System (JIS) to get them off to a great start! Perry was able to eliminated at least 4 obsolete, semi-manual systems using Karpel.
January, 2009 - Johnson and Phelps counties move to the SQL Browser Based Version 4.0

December, 2008 - Barry and Bates Counties are implemented.

December, 2008 - Franklin, Camden and Buchannan convert from 3.4 to Version 4.0

Our pilot counties have successfully transitioned from the Oracle based Version 3.4 to the latest SQL Browser based Version 4.0 of PROSECUTORbyKarpel. All future implementations will be Version 4.0 and all 3.4 counties should be converted to 4.0 by the end of 2009.
November, 2008 - Taney County implements and uses the latest features.

Features from Imaging to Outlook Calendars are installed and a smooth transition is made to PROSECUTORbyKapel.
October, 2008 - St. Charles County implements Version 4.0

Karpel converts Dialog data and trains another 53 users.
October, 2008 - 76 Users implement Version 4.0 in Greene County

Greene converts from another software vendor and states they will use PROSECUTORbyKarpel to go paperless within 6 months. 2010 Update-Paperless goals are fully accomplished!
September, 2008 - Webster County implements Version 4.0

Including data conversions from both Dialog and Dennis Jones.
July, 2008 - Wayne and Dekalb Counties are implemented.

August, 2008 - Nodaway and Dade counties implement Version 4.0

The advanced browser based functionality and new features in Version 4.0 will be demonstrated at the Fall Conference.
June, 2008 - Version 4.0 is installed in St. Louis City!

Release 4.0 is completely browser based using the latest Microsoft ASP 2.0 technology running on a SQL Database. Many features include; user based licensing, window/report hot links for defendants, multiple application windows open simultaneously, and server based document generation without using macros. St. Louis City is currently running 4.0 in parallel with their old application and intends to cut over in August.

May, 2008 - Daviess and Caldwell Counties are implemented.

April, 2008 - Phelps chooses iNSIGHTbyKarpel

Karpel will outsource the network management for all 65 users of both the Sheriff and Prosecutor offices including 25 mobile units mounted in police vehicles.
April, 2008 - Christian, Stone, McDonald and Newton Counties are implemented.

PROSECUTORbyKarpel replaces yet another legacy application in Christian County. Our ability to convert data with 100% accuracy enables us to replace any competitive case management application, in a cost effective manner.

March, 2008 - Version 3.4 is announced!

Version 3.4 is currently being tested and will be ready for installation after the 2008 Spring Conference. It includes over 70 enhancements for Electronic Discovery, Document Scanning Integration, Bad Checks, Restitution, Victim Services and Statistical Reports.
February, 2008 - Maries and Hickory Counties are implemented.

January, 2008 - Lawrence and Saline Counties are implemented.

35 counties implemented in less than one year!
December, 2007 - Warren and Cedar Counties are implemented.

November, 2007 - Audrian County implements another 11 users.

October, 2007 - Cape Girardeau County

Another Enforcer database is converted to implement 18 users in Cape Girardeau. Prosecutor Morley Swingle thanks the Karpel "computer gurus" for brining his office into this century.
September, 2007 - Jefferson, Moniteau and Callaway Counties

Karpel adds 53 more users and builds a third XML Law Enforcement interface in Jefferson County to add to its existing interfaces with ITI and CrimeStar. Plans for other police interfaces include Global and Enterpol.
August, 2007 - Version 3.3 is announced

Version 3.3 includes over 80 enhancements in the areas of Bad Checks, Delinquent Tax, Restitution, Microsoft Outlook integration, Defendant Merging, Docket Control, Ad Hoc Reporting, Grand Jury, 24hr Holds, Attorney Calendars, Traffic and Reports.

Scott and Benton Counties implement Version 3.3.
July, 2007 - Cooper, Pulaski and Gasconade Counties are implemented. 

June, 2007 - Dent, Crawford, St. Genevieve and Morgan Counties

Karpel replaces JustWare in Dent County.
May, 2007 - Dunklin, Osage and Lafayette Counties

Data is converted from Dialog, Dennis Jones and Bounce Back applications.
April, 2007 - Howell, Oregon, Texas, Wright, St. Francios and Madison Counties

Karpel breaks its own record of implementing 6 counties in one month.
March, 2007 - Randolph, Phelps and Washington Counties

Data conversions from Case Management and Check Collection applications facilitated the training and implantation of these 29 users.
February, 2007 - Boone and Johnson Counties

Karpel built custom interfaces back to AS/400 Sherriff and Treasurer Applications to satisfy the 35 users Boone County while preserving their AS/400 based data. Johnson County’s 12 users were pleased to retire their case management system. Karpel was able to sucessfully converted their Microsoft Works database.
January, 2007 - Version 3.2 is available.

Version 3.2 includes over 30 product enhancements in the areas of Police Data Transfer, Officer Vacation, Probation, Data Conversion, Victim Services and Statistical Reporting.
December, 2006 - Franklin County

Karpel builds an interface for the Law Enforcement product ITI. This implementation also required the conversion of data being held in the software product Abacus.
November, 2006 - Camden County

Karpel develops and uses a data conversion tool that automatically converts all data in the "case based" Dialog applications for the "party based" Karpel software. Development of an interface with other Check Collection applications is completed.
October, 2006 - Platte, Cass and Buchanan Counties

Fifty (50) users in three different counties pilot Version 3.1 of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL. Data conversions included data from Enforcer and an AS/400 application.
August, 2006 - Missouri Statewide Case Management Contract

The State of Missouri has awarded Karpel Solutions the contract to implement 330 users across 64 counties. This implementation will include data conversions from mainframe, SQL, AS/400, and a variety of other platforms. The goal is to implement approximately 40 counties in 2007 and the remaining counties in 2008. Karpel’s experience with data conversions along with the user friendly design of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL gives us the ability to convert and train each county in less than a week.
February, 2006 - St. Louis County

The St. Louis County, MO prosecutor office consists of 135 users and serves a population of 1,200,000 residents. Karpel converted over 20 years worth of historical case information from a Clarion database and built new interfaces with police and courts. Check Collection, Tax Collection, Child Support and Evidence Tracking are all vital parts of this implementation.


PROSECUTORbyKARPEL is a browser based criminal case management program using the latest .NET and SQL Server technology. By taking advantage of today's best business software, Karpel Solutions has made PROSECUTORbyKARPEL a fully integrated and complete business solution for today's Prosecutor and District Attorney that includes Integrated Scanning and Document Generation, Redaction/Bates Numbering, Electronic Discovery, Electronic Transfer from Police, Electronic Filing with Courts, eDiscovery, Microsoft Outlook Court Calendaring, Sentencing Management, Evidence Tracking, Investigation Tracking, Asset Forfeiture, Bad/Hot Checks, Restitution, Juvenile, and many more.

To schedule a web demo of PROSECUTORbyKARPEL please contact Jane Quick or Ken Blakeman.

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