Courtroom Technology

     
The Court provides evidence presentation equipment to any member of the bar practicing within the western district of North Carolina. This system displays evidence throughout the courtroom on monitors located on the judge’s bench, clerk’s table, witness stand, jury box, and counsel tables. Some courtrooms are equipped with TVs that display to the galley as well.  Please note that this court uses the JERS system to capture evidence in the courtroom. Information on JERS can be viewed here. Training and testing sessions for this equipment should be requested well in advance as instruction cannot be provided on the day of the proceeding by either the courtroom or clerks office staff. Please use the links provided on this page to request training for courtroom equipment.

Equipment Available For Use
 
An evidence camera, annotation monitor, control panel, VCR\DVD player, and auxiliary connections for a laptop are standard equipment.
Annotation monitors are located on the witness stand and on  counsel tables (or evidence podium if applicable).
A document camera is located either on the evidence podium or on each counsel table.
Each counsel table is equipped with two monitors, a laptop connection, and an audio connection. Note that for larger trials, additional monitors can be added.

Requesting Training and Reference Guides
 

Request Training for Asheville Courtroom 1
Request Training for Charlotte Courtroom 1
Request Training for Charlotte Courtroom 2
Request Training for Charlotte Courtroom 3
Request Training for Statesville Courtroom 1

Jury Electronic Evidence Recording System (JERS) Guide 
Presentation Equipment Reference Guide