346 - Trial Courtroom, Jury Room, and Breakout Rooms
346, 346A, 346B, & 342B
Courtroom technology includes:
- Four high definition cameras for remote viewing, recording, and live streaming events in the courtroom
- A document camera to display exhibits
- On-screen annotation of evidence
- Video displays located at the Judge's bench, the courtroom deputy, and two portable displays
- Laptop connections at the Judge’s bench, the courtroom deputy, and the counsel tables
- Video and audio may be routed from the courtroom to the breakout and jury deliberation rooms
Jury deliberation room 342B includes:
- Display technology that can be customized to show the cameras and exhibits from the courtroom.
Breakout room (346A & 346B) technology includes:
- Display technology that can be customized to show the cameras and exhibits from the court and jury rooms.
Cameras – there are four high definition cameras
Displays – there are two recessed monitors at the judge’s bench and witness stand and two portable monitors on rolling casters that connect on either side of the bench.
Document camera – there is a ceiling mounted document camera adjacent to clerk’s seating on the bench. A portable stand is available to serve as a work surface for the document camera. The camera is controlled at the bailiff’s seat control panel.
On-screen annotation of evidence – is available from V-Panel room controller at the bailiff’s seat.
Laptop connections – there are two connections at the bench; one at the judge’s seat and at the clerk’s. There are two additional connections available at the party tables. However, these connect through the floor boxes and require some setup time.
Video routing – incoming – it is possible for the courtroom to monitor the jury room. The audio and video is sent to the courtroom monitors using the V-Panel.
Video routing – outgoing – it is possible to allow viewers in the jury room or the breakout rooms access to the video, audio, and courtroom presentations. Permission to monitor the courtroom is managed through the 346 V-Panel. The view may be customized in the jury or breakout rooms.
Courtroom monitoring – After access is granted in the courtroom, use the V-Panel and monitor in the jury room customize the display. The screen can accommodate up to 4 separate video feeds from the courtroom, the four cameras plus the presentation.
Breakout rooms (346A & B)
Courtroom monitoring – After access is granted in the courtroom, use the V-Panel and monitor in the jury room to customize the display. The screen can accommodate up to 4 separate video feeds from the courtroom, the four cameras plus the presentation.
Jury room monitoring – After access is granted in the courtroom, use the V-Panel and monitor to customize the display. The screen may be customized to accommodate the 5 courtroom inputs as well as two jury room cameras and the jury room presentation feed.
Combined views – users in the breakout rooms are able to combine both the courtroom and jury room feeds into a single display.