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The North Carolina Business Court, created by the General Assembly in 1995, is presided over by the Honorable Ben Tennille. in an effort to bring speed, efficiency, and economy to the judicial process, Tennille turned to digital technology. Smith discusses the software developed by Steve Winsett, founder of excorporation, and how the program is utilized in the courtroom.
Beginning in 1915, Buncombe County established a record keeping system for every person convicted by the superior court. The convict's record, photo, and fingerprint are recorded and filed. By 1936, the number of files contained within the system topped 15,000.