Does JustisOne support search operators?
JustisOne supports Boolean search operators, for example:
" " - Exact phrase
x AND y - Returns only documents containing both terms X and Y.
OR - Returns results containing any or all of the words you have typed in.
NOT - The NOT operator between two words tells the search engine to return any documents that contain the first word unless they also contain the second word. For example, negligence not clinical will return any entries containing the word negligence, unless they also contain the word clinical.
* - The asterisk will match any word beginning with a particular set of letters, e.g child* will return results containing both child and children.
? - Substitutes one or more letters in the middle of a word. For example, compl??ent finds complacent, complement and compliment.
w/N - Allows you to search for one term within a certain number of words of another term e.g. children w/5 safeguarding will return any results where the term children appears within 5 words either side of safeguarding.
< - If entered before a year, this will only bring up results of cases/legislation that happened before that year. For example, <2000, will look for documents that were before the year 2000.
> - If entered before a year, this will only bring up results of cases/legislation that happened after that year. For example, >2000, will look for documents that were after the year 2000.
<= - Before or during the date searched for. Example: <= 2000, will look for documents that happened before the year 2000 as well as in the year 2000.
>= - After or during the date searched for. Example: >= 2000, will look for documents that happened after the year 2000 as well as in the year 2000.
~ - If entered in the Party Names field of the Cases section of the Advanced Search will find words when you are unsure of their spelling. A number between 0 and 1 can be used to specify the precision of the search, with the default of 0.5 if you do not specify a value. Example: Smith~0.9 will return the results most like Smith.