This is the United States Administrative Office of the Courts' Case Management/Electronic Case Files software used by the federal courts. The Mississippi Supreme Court and its Administrative Office of the Courts have been implementing this system in some of their state courts, and Texas just sent a team from our Judicial Committee on Information Technology to see how that is going. In a nutshell, their pilot is going well, we were quite impressed; check it out at http://www.mssc.state.ms.us/mec/mec.html. They imposed a new $10 filing fee on all civil filings to fund the effort and have a contractual arrangement with their state IT office (like our Department of Information Resources) to assist in the effort.
Coincidentally, we were there on the day when the Mississippi Supreme Court issued an administrative order ruling that the most recent budget cutting order by the executive branch cannot be applied, under separation of powers, to the judiciary.