Attorneys who subscribe to CourtNet 2.0 will have a new economy option and streamlined service plans in 2019. The Administrative Office of the Courts is pleased to announce these plan changes for CourtNet 2.0, which provides near real-time, online access to Kentucky civil and criminal cases.
Starting Jan. 1, 2019, CourtNet 2.0 will:
Add a low-cost economy plan for users with minimal needs.
- Increase the monthly rate and case views per month for existing plans to reduce overage charges and simplify billing (compare rates below).
- Change the cost to view/download images from a sliding scale to a flat rate of .35 for all plans.
About CourtNet 2.0
CourtNet 2.0 offers sophisticated features, including a flexible search engine; active and inactive cases; detailed case information; the ability to save searches and re-execute the last 10 searches; and visual flags for warrants, summonses and failure to appear. To learn more about what CourtNet 2.0 has to offer, click here.
About the Service Plans
Subscriptions start at only $5 per month. There’s a charge to view/download each image (PDF) and a charge for each case searched over the number allowed by a specific plan. The person who serves as the administrator of an account can add other users (subaccounts) for $10 per month per user.
How to Change Your Service Plan
If you already subscribe to CourtNet 2.0, we appreciate the opportunity to serve you! If you would like to make a change to your service plan for 2019, you can do that starting on Dec. 13, 2018, and the change will take effect on Jan. 1, 2019. Log in here to change your service plan.
How to Subscribe to CourtNet 2.0
The nearly 10,000 attorneys who subscribe to CourtNet 2.0 save time and money by accessing Kentucky court cases online. If you want to add this valuable resource to your legal practice, click here and then on First time here? Register Now!
If you need help setting up a CourtNet 2.0 account or using the program, contact eCourt support services at 502-573-2350, x50109.
When the AOC launched CourtNet 2.0 in 2012, we fundamentally changed how records are accessed and shared within the Kentucky court system. The program has received great reviews and I’m pleased that we can continue to make improvements based on trends we’re seeing with our subscribers.
Laurie K. Dudgeon
Director Administrative Office of the Courts