Superior Court >E- Courtroom

Behind the Controls The audio and visual sytems in the E-Courtrooms are controlled by judges and staff.

Flat-screen monitors can be activated for jurors and spectators. The sound can be muted during bench conferences and listening enhancement devices can be activated for the hearing impaired.

Litigants and attorneys control evidence and presentation display systems and can draw, write or highlight any image on the screen.

Each courtroom is equipped with an Evidence Presentation System that includes a 12-inch touch-screen monitor, document camera and a VCR for evidence display.

Some jury boxes are furnished with flat screen, color monitors. Other E-Courtrooms utilize overhead video projection screens. Monitors are mounted on the judge's bench, witness stand and counsel tables. The audience can view the proceedings from two large monitors that hang from the ceiling in some courtrooms.

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