We noticed a common challenge
The traditional management and processes of the Courts currently are somewhat antiquated and burdensome for judges, legal practitioners, various officers of the court and private citizens. This is mostly owing to the analogue pen-and-paper means of filing and other court processes. The process of filing, assigning, and tracking cases could be burdensome and daunting, especially in states where the traffic for filing cases are high, staff and physical storage facilities are limited and are easily overwhelmed due to the sheer volume of litigations and related activities in the courts.
Furthermore, the process of making an affidavit for deponents and affiants is easily one of the most unregulated processes in the judicial system; and this has led to rise of quacks and touts who hang around courts to make affidavits for unsuspecting members of the public. The resultant effect of this is loss of revenue, forgery, defective and irregular processes, and lack of data on affidavits emanating from the courts.