Each judge's courtroom has varying degrees of incorporated technology. All equipment is mounted in place and cannot be moved from courtroom to courtroom. The courtroom deputy is the primary contact for technology questions.
Permission to bring electronic equipment into the courtroom must be obtained from the judge presiding over the case. Please contact the judge's courtroom deputy with your requests.
If you intend to incorporate your laptop or other electronic equipment into the courtroom system, it is imperative that you test your equipment before the day of the appearance.
Each high-tech courtroom contains the following equipment:
At the lectern and each counsel table, there are laptop video, audio, and internet connections.
- A document camera and a DVD player.
- An annotation system that allows the witness to draw on top of what is on the screen.
- Flat panel monitor displays are provided for the judge, courtroom deputy, witness, prosecution, and defense tables. There are eight flat panel monitors for the jury.
- Large 46" display monitors are used for the gallery.
Allows video conferencing to remote sites. This is operated by court personnel. The court must have advance notice so connections can be tested.