Our Jury Trial courtrooms are equipped with an audio visual courtroom evidence presentation system that allows attorneys to use the central podium to display physical documents or photographs, DVD videos, or even connect their laptop to display whatever they need.
|Judge, Witness, and Attorney Table Microphones|
|These desk microphones contain a privacy mute button. Press and hold this button to mute this microphone from all speakers and recording devices.|
|Podium and Jury Microphones|
|These gooseneck microphones are utilized in our central podium and alongside the jury box bar.|
|Wireless Microphone System|
|Some of our courtrooms contain a handheld wireless microphone system. If available, you may request use of the system from the Judge’s Office.|
|Using our document camera, you may display an object to your audience. The document camera will allow you to magnify and project the image of a three-dimensional object, document, or photograph.|
|If you've got a standard video DVD or Blu-ray Disc, you may use our Blu-ray player.|
|You may connect a laptop computer to the evidence presentation system using the provided HDMI, DisplayPort, or VGA and audio cables.|
If your laptop does not have standard HDMI, DisplayPort, or VGA output but has Mini DisplayPort or something else, you will need to bring your own adapter to connect.
You may connect the standard 3.5mm audio/headphone cable to your laptop to output audio or even connect it to a digital audio recorder for playback.
DEFENSE AND PROSECUTOR TABLES
Our courtrooms are in the process of being upgraded with high definition (HD) equipment. If the courtroom is equipped, you may connect your laptop to the Evidence Presentation System from the comfort of your own table.
All you need to provide is the cable to connect to the equipment located under each table.
|You may connect a laptop computer to the table using an HDMI cable or a VGA and standard 3.5mm audio/headphone cable.|
YOU WILL NEED TO BRING either an HDMI cable or VGA and 3.5mm audio cable. We will not be able to provide you a cable for this purpose.
If your laptop does not have standard HDMI or VGA output but has DVI or something else, you will need to bring your own adapter to connect.
VIDEO DISPLAY DEVICES
|The bench contains a monitor to allow the Judge to view the evidence presentation system.|
|The witness box contains a monitor to allow the Witness to view the evidence presentation system.|
|Some of our courtrooms contain monitors in the jury box.|
|The main wall contains a large screen TV and projector screen to allow the attorney tables, jury box, and gallery to view the evidence presentation system.|