The Clerk's Office is fortunate to have an experienced and dedicated staff. While we encourage you to call us if you have questions, we hope you will first take the time to research your inquiry using the various sections of this web site. To expedite your research this section provides answers to those frequently asked questions about the court and its procedures. We hope you find them helpful and informative.

  • Can the court determine which exhibits the jury reviewed and can the jury access cable television, the internet or the Windows operating system from the touch screen kiosk?
  • Do the parties still need to produce an exhibit list and paper exhibits if they are using JERS at trial?
    Yes, at least at this time. Pursuant to AP 3.5, all trial exhibits and exhibit lists must be filed conventionally in accordance with LR 83.14(a) and LCrR 16.1(g). The use of JERS does not alter those requirements. Unless otherwise ordered, the paper and other physical exhibits will be given to the jury during deliberations.