Technology in our Courtrooms

Wireless Internet Access

Wireless internet access is available in Indian River, Martin, Saint Lucie, and Okeechobee County Courthouses. Internet access is provided free to the legal community and to the public. However, no technical assistance or protection against virus infection, spyware, or other malicious content is provided when utilizing these access points. It is the sole responsibility of the user to adequately protect against malicious attacks. 

ADA Assisted Listening Devices

These hearing devices allow participants with hearing difficulties the ability to hear the proceedings more clearly.

Presentation devices

The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit is in the process of adding fixed presentation devices in all courtrooms. At this moment the courtrooms in the list below have a wall mounted display and an integrated wePresent system. In addition, two Mobile Sharp Aquos Board interactive display systems are available in each courthouse on a first come-first served basis.

Instructions on how to use and/or reserve the Mobile Sharp Aquos Board system please visit our Audio Visual Request page here.

For information on the wePresent presentation, devices please visit our Wireless Presentation System page here.

Courtrooms with wall mounted displays and wePresent

  • Indian River - All courtrooms
  • Martin County – A31 and A33
  • Okeechobee – A and B

Contact Information

If you have questions or comments about the courtroom technology, please contact:

Court Support Help Desk at 772-807-4390 or email CourtSupport@circuit19.org

Disclaimer

The Nineteenth Judicial Circuit provides the use of courtroom technology as a courtesy to the legal profession and court participants. The Circuit will make every effort to ensure the equipment is working properly. However, the Circuit does not guarantee the reliability of the equipment. The user agrees to hold the Circuit harmless for any failure or delays caused as a result of the use of the equipment. It is recommended to have a solution available for use in the courtroom in the event of equipment failure.