Launch of CourtSA in the Criminal jurisdiction

21 December 2021 CourtSA in the Criminal jurisdiction has been delayed and will now officially launch on Monday, 2 May 2022.  How you can prepare  If you already have a CourtSA account:  CourtSA in the Criminal jurisdiction will use the existing CourtSA portal. If you already have a CourtSA account to lodge in Probate or [...]

2021-12-21T14:48:13+10:30December 21st, 2021|

Consultation on CAA COVID-19 Vaccination Policy

A statement from the State Courts Administrator Ms Penny Croser “On Wednesday, 15 December 2021, I advised all Courts Administration Authority (CAA) staff that we are seeking feedback on a draft CAA COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. Following a risk-assessment the CAA determined to consult on the introduction of a policy of mandatory COVID vaccination for CAA [...]

2021-12-15T11:44:21+10:30December 15th, 2021|

COVID-19 positive case Adelaide Magistrates Court

  The CAA has received the following advice from SA Health in relation to a COVID positive case in the Adelaide Magistrates Court (AMC), Level 1, Registry.  Note, the Level 1 Registry is staff only access. The relevant dates are: Wednesday, 8 December 2021 AMC Level 1 Registry (Staff only – no public access) Thursday, [...]

2021-12-15T09:25:52+10:30December 15th, 2021|

CAA COVID safe operations

22 November 2021 As of Tuesday, 23 November 2021 when South Australia opens its borders to fully vaccinated people, courts will operate as per the current arrangements and in line with SA Health protocols. All people entering court buildings are required to wear a mask unless proof of exemption can be produced. Court users should [...]

2021-11-23T08:27:39+10:30November 22nd, 2021|

Youth Treatment Orders legislation commences

The Youth Court can now order the assessment and treatment of young people experiencing drug dependency. Legislation allowing Youth Treatment Orders came into effect on 21 November 2021 under Part 7A of the Controlled Substances Act 1984. Youth Treatment Orders can only be made for young people who are subject to detention in Kurlana Tapa [...]

2021-11-22T09:00:15+10:30November 22nd, 2021|

Annual Reports 2020-2021

The CAA Annual Report 2020-2021 was tabled in State Parliament on 18 November 2021. The Report of the Judges of the Supreme Court of South Australia to the Attorney-General for the year ended 30 June 2021 was tabled in State Parliament on 18 November 2021. The Annual Report of the State Coroner 2020-2021 was tabled [...]

2021-11-19T09:06:01+10:30November 18th, 2021|

CourtSA update: Warrants of Sale and Apprehension and re-issues of Magistrates Court enforcement proceedings

18 October 2021 From 18 October 2021 Warrants of Sale and Apprehension can be issued and re-issued using CourtSA. Investigation / Examination Summons for Magistrates Court enforcement proceedings can also be processed on CourtSA. Lawyers must lodge these proceedings via CourtSA and not over the counter. Self-represented litigants can lodge proceedings using CourtSA or over [...]

2021-10-18T08:23:53+10:30October 18th, 2021|

Youth Treatment Intervention Court

The Youth Treatment Intervention Court is available to assist young people to reduce their offending, improve their mental health, and address their substance misuse. The Youth Treatment Intervention Court (YTIC) is still operational and is designed to assist young people to reduce their offending, improve their mental health, and address their substance misuse. The YTIC [...]

2021-10-08T11:57:45+10:30October 8th, 2021|

Art on displ​ay in the Supreme Court

The CAA Art and Justice Committee, chaired by the Honourable Justice Livesey, has once again collaborated with the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) as part of the Gallery’s collection outreach program to display Aboriginal art in the Supreme Court.​ Justice Livesey thanks Dr Lisa Slade and the AGSA team for this work, which [...]

2021-07-15T16:56:41+09:30July 7th, 2021|

CourtSA is being mandated for legal practitioners

Legal profession required to use CourtSA to lodge documents in civil proceedings where CourtSA has an online option From Monday 21 September 2020, CourtSA is being mandated for legal practitioners in the civil jurisdiction. This means: Anything that can be lodged using CourtSA must be. View instructions on how to lodge prescribed forms using [...]

2021-03-24T15:06:04+10:30September 14th, 2020|