TECH IS PROVIDED AS A COURTESY
The Court provides the use of courtroom technology as a courtesy to legal professionals and court participants. The Court will make every effort to ensure the equipment is working properly. However, the Court does not guarantee the reliability of the equipment. The Court is not responsible for the user’s own negligence or lack of knowledge in the operation of the equipment.
The user agrees to hold the Court harmless for any failure of the equipment and any and all claims, damages, actions, causes of action, suits in equity whatever kind of nature as a result of the use of the equipment. The Court advises the users of this equipment that the Court will not be responsible for any delays caused by the failure of the equipment. Users of the equipment should have backup material suitable for use in the courtroom in the event of equipment failure.
WHAT IS NOT PROVIDED
We DO NOT provide CD/DVD players, computers, or adapters of any sort. Attorneys and Litigants are responsible for bringing to the courts what they will need to present evidence or conduct business with the court. For example, whatever equipment that is brought to use in the courtroom (e.g. laptop, iPad, etc.) persons should also bring all necessary adapters/plugs that will connect their equipment directly to TVs (e.g. HDMI cable to connect to TV, except in Brevard where HDMI cables are provided as a courtesy). This way they will be able to play videos, PowerPoint presentations, display records, etc. right from their laptop.
WHAT IS PROVIDED
As a rule, the following equipment is usually available for use in the courtrooms. However, depending on the courthouse, demand, and type of trial, some courtesy equipment may not be available unless reserved. To view what is available at a specific courthouse and determine if you need to reserve equipment, please select the courthouse below and read the information thoroughly before making a reservation.