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eReminders for Court Dates

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Court Date eReminders via Text or Email

The Judiciary offers text and/or email reminders for court cases. Sign up for this free service and you’ll receive reminders seven days before, one day before, and at 6 a.m. on the court date.

Not all court cases are available at launch. Click the link to find out the type of cases available for eReminders. In the near future, we will roll out the service for additional cases.

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What do I need to get eReminders?

  • A cell phone number to receive text reminders
  • An email to receive email reminders
  • Read and agree to the terms and conditions in the User Agreement.
  • A case number for the case for which you want to receive reminders. (See Quick Links – How do I look up a case?)

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Register/Sign In/Manage

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Is this service free?
Yes, there is no fee for this service. However, your carrier may charge you for minutes and data. Please check with your carrier.

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF document)


Is this an official court notice?
This service is provided as a courtesy and does not serve as an official court notice. There are many reasons you may not receive an eReminder (examples: email provider issues; cell phone service is spotty, etc). If you do not receive an eReminder, you are still responsible for attending your court hearing. If you are unsure, check your court documents or look up your case on eCourt Kokua.

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When will I get reminders?
You will receive up to three reminders: seven days before, one day before, and at 6 a.m. on the date of the hearing. If a case is rescheduled, you will receive a reminder for the new hearing date. An alert stays as long as the case remains in the system. Alerts do not get automatically turned off just because the case is closed. The user must go to their profile and turn off the alerts for the case if they no longer want to receive them.

  Which cases can I sign up for?
See for the current list of case types currently available for eReminders.
graphic with people Who can sign up for eReminder?
This service is designed to assist defendants and litigants to remember to attend court hearings, reducing the chance of failing to appear. However, this service is available to the general public.
  What if I no longer want reminders?
You may unsubscribe at any time by changing your subscription. Click the link to manage your subscription.
  If you need an accommodation for a disability when participating in a court program, service, or activity, please contact one of the Disability Accommodations Coordinators as far in advance as possible to allow time to provide an accommodation. You are also welcome to send an e-mail to or complete the Disability Accommodation Request Form. The Disability Accommodations Coordinator will try to provide, but cannot guarantee, the requested auxiliary aid, service, or accommodation.






Quick Links

User Agreement

Frequently Asked Questions (PDF document)

eReminder User Manual

How do I look up a case?
You can look up a case using one of the following applications:

Manage my Subscription

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