Author(s): Dudu Duswara Machmudin
The implementation of Indonesian judiciary should be based on a simple, quick, and lowcost principle. However, the contemporary trends show that there is a relatively long period of time for justice seekers with the potential to reduce the sense of justice expected by the parties. The purpose of this study is to descriptively analyse the utilization of information technology in case handling in Supreme Court. The decline in the remaining case cases began to be seen in 2008 with a significant amount, below the 10,000 cases. The rest of the case can be reduced significantly between 2010-2014. In this period the rest of the cases were in the range of 30 percent, even in 2013 and 2014, the remainder of the Supreme Court case respectively was 28.58 percent and 23.38 percent. Decrease in the remaining cases in the period 2010-2014 could not be separated from the various modernization management issues of the case based on the utilization of information technology as the implementation of the 2010-2035 judicial update blueprint.