All courtrooms have one document camera and are equipped with audio/visual (A/V) screen-sharing display technology accessible via one of the following mechanisms:
“ClickShare” wireless presentation system
To access ClickShare in the courtroom, devices must have either HDMI cable connectivity or have downloaded the ClickShare app
“Digitalinx Secure Adapter Ring (DL-AR)”
The DL-AR allows a single HDMI cable to accommodate many, but not all, popular devices. One adapter ring is in each courtroom.
The Court does NOT provide computers, laptops, tablets, or any other device necessary for the presentation of digital evidence by parties.
The Court is NOT responsible for ensuring connectivity of your device to the courtroom display technology; attorneys/parties shall be responsible for ensuring operation and compatibility of their equipment with courtroom display technology.
Testing prior to trial date is encouraged; attorneys should utilize the attorney workroom before requesting use of a vacant courtroom (room #2141, main courthouse, second floor; see Sheriff’s Office for access).
Court staff may not be able to accommodate short-notice requests for technical assistance with courtroom technology.