Court Technology

§  How do I schedule a video conference or reserve equipment that will be needed for a trial or hearing?
To schedule the use of any audio/video equipment maintained by the court, call 386-754-7066 or 386-754-7025 . Equipment reservations should be phoned in a minimum of seven days in advance of the proceeding. If you are requesting use of the Nomad evidence presentation system, the person who will be using the equipment must be trained. To schedule training, call the above numbers.  NOTE: When calling to schedule equipment, please have all necessary information (courtroom time of hearing, etc.).

For Criminal proceedings, courtrooms have infrastructure in place to deliver information and services for the courtroom. This may include attorney computers, projectors, document scanners, dry erase boards and easels.

For Civil proceedings, courtesy equipment may be used if available; otherwise attorneys are responsible for providing equipment.

The Court provides the use of courtroom technology as a courtesy to the legal profession 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 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 back-up material suitable for use in the courtroom in the event of equipment failure.

For more information about courtroom technology and its availability please contact the Court Administration Information Technology department at the numbers listed above or