The implementation of the @Adriano system leaves twenty cases unregistered in the Provincial Court of Córdoba

The three sections that make up the Provincial Court of Córdoba They have yet to register more than twenty cases – some of them involving prisoners – since last May 13, the date on which it began to be implemented in this Second instance the @Adriano computer system commissioned by the Department of Justice of the Junta de Andalucía.

The computer program with which the Ministry of Justice intends at full speed – implementation and training is planned before June 24 – to digitalize the Administration of Justice, has a queue. “They speak one language and we speak another,” judicial sources told ABC this Monday.

The biggest problem so far and that has been brought to the attention of the Junta of Andalusia by the Lawyers of the Administration of Justice and by the coordinating secretary José Antonio Guerra himself, it is found that the computer system grants a registry number to the procedures that are assigned to a section of the Court but it does so in a general way, without taking into account the numbers that the section itself gives in order of arrival, so there would be a lag and they cannot be entered. “We are practically the same as in the pandemic, without being able to register what has been coming to us for more than two weeks,” these same sources tell ABC.

Specifically, the problem in design of this computer program has caused many of these procedures that have arrived to remain aside, waiting to be registered and processed so that, at the moment, with more than five procedures in ‘stand by’ in the Third section of the Provincial Court and many others in the Second Section and almost a dozen in the civil order (First Section), there are already almost twenty cases that are not registered and processed, as this newspaper has verified from judicial sources.

The main consequences of these delays are, on the one hand, that the case will take longer to be stated, in the trial and for the sentence to be handed down, and on the other, that if the ’causes with prisoner’ with the measures of provisional prison The problem worsens, in some cases because the maximum period of this provisional measure until reaching trial is exhausted and in others because the lawyers of the preventive prisoners request a ‘habeas corpus’ in others given the delay in processing these cases.

The first incidents date back to February 5 when the new computer system began operating @Adrian in the Criminal order for both Violence against Women and Criminal and Instruction courts. It had already been implemented months ago in the Litigation, Social and Civil. In the towns, its implementation began in Baena and Montilla on February 26. The situation in the Provincial Courts also occurs in other provinces such as Granada, the LAJ have pointed out.

Suspended trials in the Penitentiary

From the first day of its entry into operation in the Criminal order there were already incidents impossible to correct on the fly that led to suspending trials since the courtrooms were not enabled with the new system implemented by the Department of Justice of the Junta de Andalucía.

The coordinator of the Lawyers of the Administration of Justice in Córdoba, José Antonio Guerra, has been, throughout this time, the one who has received a high number of incidents which has been compiled and submitted to the Government Secretariat of the TSJA in Andalusia.

The main complaints of the LAJ as those responsible for the judicial office of the different bodies deal above all with “the lack of control of the procedure that this system has; of the existence of models with defects; Finformation upload, and that although a number of trainers have been deployed. The Junta de Andalucía admitted a few months ago that the launch of the new version of the ‘@Adriano’ program is generating problems, especially in the Criminal jurisdiction.

Added to this, Guerra already denounced in the Penal Order, “delays in the courtroom assignments “What hinders some trials and then another important problem is that with the migration of documents to the new Hadrian program there are documents that do not appear and that is quite serious.”

The situation remains tense among Justice officials when it comes to dealing with this new program on a daily basis. In the Criminal Courts, which still had a lot of paper and they were not digitized as in the Court this problem had increased.

As measures to try to solve the situation, the Dean’s Office adopted the option of distributing daily, – before it was weekly – the matters that reach each Criminal Court while in the Court the cases arrive but are stored without being given an entry number.

The pilot trial, this coordinating secretary in Córdoba recalled then, was in Huelva last year and “it was not working, then the implementation was in Jaén but Córdoba is the first large province where it has been implemented.”

Intuitive program, according to the Board

Officials are outraged. «They told us that it was going to be an intuitive program, zero paper, but we are convinced that it is a system that they have not done with knowledge of the work we dowho do not know how a processor or a manager works in a Criminal Court, in a Guard, the files that must be incorporated…,” one of these Justice officials lamented to ABC.

This same line is what the CSIF union delegate for Prevention and Training in Justice, Fátima Molina, denounced. «The trainers do not have knowledge of Procedural Law and the last affected are the citizens; Behind every matter there are people whose fundamental rights can be violated; In turn, with this new system, users of Justice has to come more times To the court”. This majority union remembers that one of the problems is in the “rush for the implementation that the Junta de Andalucía signed by contract in 2016, which must be done by June 24.”

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