Blake P. Kavanagh
2018 eCourts Conference.
The 2018 eCourts conference will be held from December 10-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Questions: contact Conference Services.
eCourts is NCSC's premium education conference. By focusing on the hottest topics driven by the latest trends in technology, eCourts is the right conference for those seeking an immersive learning experience: all sessions take place on a single stage, with education offered by leaders in the field showcasing innovation. Attendees report eCourts is a great place to take a small, cross-functional team to discuss how learning can be applied across one's court, with the smaller exhibit hall allowing more time for in-depth discussions with exhibitors.
ICM course incorporates technology.
Court technology professionals will find this course, Project Management for Courts, helpful in increasing their understanding of court functions and operations as well as learn how technology can be used in all of the National Association for Court Management's core competencies. The course takes place May 15-17, 2018, at the Best Western Premier Nicollett Inn, Burnsville, MN.
All Courts. Supreme Court Rule 122.1 Use of portable electronic devices in a courthouse.
Court of Appeals Division One. Courtroom Rules
First Judicial Circuit. Proper Conduct and Appearance.
Court of Appeals. Uniform Policy on Public Use of Electronic Devices in Court of Appeal Court Rooms.
Superior Court, Riverside County. General Usage Wireless Access Policy.
Superior Court, San Bernadino County. Cell Phone Policy.
District Court, Morgan County. Announcements.
District Courts, 5th Judicial District. Administrative Order 11-01 Regarding the use of Portable Electronic Devices in the Courts of the Fifth Judicial District.
District Courts, 12th Judicial District. Chief Administrative Judge Order Regarding Cell Phones and PDAs in Courtrooms and For Jurors.
District Courts, 18th Judicial District. Chief Judge Order 14-21 Concerning Electronic Devices in Judicial Buildings and Supplemental Order.
District Court, 19th Judicial District. Administrative Order 12-02 Regarding Electronic Devices In Judicial Buildings.
District Courts, 20th Judicial District. Administrative Order 11-101 Concerning Electronic Devices in Judicial Buildings.
Combined Courts, Logan County. Policies.
Combined Courts, Yuma County. Policies.
Superior Courts. The Use and Possession of Electronic Devices in the Superior Court Facilities.
Supreme and Appellate Courts. Guidelines for the Possession and Use of Electronic Devices.
Court of Common Pleas. Tips on Going to Court: Electronic Devices.
Justice of the Peace Courts. Cell Phones & Communications Devices In Justice Of The Peace Court Locations.
Superior Court, Kent County. Courthouse Cellular Phone Policy.
The Leonard L. Williams Justice Center (Formerly New Castle County Courthouse). Prohibition on Cellular Telephones and other Personal Communication Devices in the New Castle County Courthouse.
All Courts. Administrative Office of the Courts. Basic Rules of Court Conduct: Cell Phones and Pagers.
Court of Appeals. Oral Arguments.
Blackford County Local Court Rules. Duties of Attorneys, Courtroom Etiquette.
Elkhart County Local Court Rules. Dress and Conduct.
Green County Local Court Rules. Court Security and Decorum.
Harrison County Local Court Rules. Rule Banning or Prohibiting Firearms and Explosive Devices, Cell Phones.
Jasper County Local Court Rules. Decorum.
LaGrange County Local Court Rules. Dress and Conduct.
Montgomery County Local Court Rules. Decorum.
Putnam County Local Court Rules. Dress and Conduct.
Steuben County Local Court Rules. Cell Phones/Cameras.
St. Joseph County Local Court Rules. Cameras, Telephones, and Other Items & Limitations on the Use of Personal Digital Assistants (PDA's) & Enforcement.
Switzerland County Local Court Rules. Cell Phones, Recording Equipment.
All Courts. Supreme Court Rule 1002. Non-Media Use of Electronic Devices in Judicial Proceedings.
5th Judicial Circuit. Dress Code.
21st Judicial Circuit. Conduct in the Courtroom.
41st Judicial Circuit. Policy with Respect to Cell Phones.
District Courts, Family Courts, And Juvenile Courts. Rule 6.1 General Courtroom Conduct.
Louisiana Code of Judicial Conduct
All Courts. Supreme Judicial Court Administrative Order JB-05-16. Cell Phone and Electronic Device Policies.
Circuit and District Courts. Maryland Rule 16-110 Cell Phones; Other Electronic Devices; Cameras.
Policy Regarding Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices
All Courts. Office of Court Management, Massachusetts Trial Court, Security Department Restrictions on the Possession of Cellular Telephones and Personal Electronic Devices.
Supreme Judicial Court Rule 1:19: Electronic access to the courts
All Courts. Michigan Court Rule 8.115. Courtroom Decorum; Policy Regarding Use of Cell Phones or Other Portable Electronic Communication Devices.
All Courts. Supreme Court General Rule of Practice 2.01. Behavior and Ceremony in General.
1st Judicial District. Policy for Electronic Devices in Court Facilities.
3rd Judicial District. Resolution and Policy on Electronics in Courtrooms and Hearing Rooms.
4th Judicial District. Cameras & Electronic Recording Devices and Memorandum of Understanding Governing the Usage of Cameras and Recording Devices in Fourth District Court Facilities.
9th Judicial District. Policy Regarding the Possession and Use of Electronic and Other Devices in Courtrooms and Hearing Rooms.
Supreme Court. Security measures.
7th Judicial Circuit. Local Court Rule 9.6 Use of Electronic Devices.
13th Judicial Circuit. Local Court Rule Rule 9.6 Electronic Devices.
42nd Judicial Circuit. Local Court Rule Rule 9.6 Cellular Telephone and Mobile Device Usage.
All Courts. Supreme Court Order fated January 11, 2008.
Circuit Court, Criminal Division. Cell Phones.
Superior Court, Civil Division. Cell Phones.
Superior Court, Criminal Division. Cell Phones.
All Courts. Supreme Court Guidelines on Electronic Devices in the Courtroom. NOTE: Implementation delayed of requirement that a court user, as a prerequisite for use of electronic devices in courtrooms to take notes and receive information and communications, complete on an annual basis an Agreement for the Use of Electronic Devices form and that the court user have that completed agreement form with him or her in either hardcopy or electronic format.
All Courts. Rules of Court 10.1. Conduct in Court.
All Courts. Supreme Court. Courthouse Rules.
All courts. Chief Justice's Order dated August 25, 2000.
All courts. Supplement (2009) to the Chief Justice's Order dated August 25, 2000.
2nd Circuit. Courthouse Equipment & Technology.
3rd Circuit. Cameras, Equipment in the Courtroom.
4th Circuit. Equipment and Technology.
2nd Judicial Circuit (Sullivan County). Circuit and Chancery Court Rule 14.09 Forbidden Conduct.
2nd Judicial Circuit (Sullivan County). Criminal Court Rule 3.03 Conduct of Counsel.
3rd Judicial Circuit (Hancock, Hawkins, Hamblen, Greene counties) Circuit Court Rule 3.04 Conduct.
3rd Judicial Circuit (Hancock, Hawkins, Hamblen, Greene counties) Chancery Court Rule 3.04 Conduct.
All Courts. Rules of Judicial Administration 4-401.02. Possession and use of portable electronic devices.
Wireless Access in the Court
All Courts. Supreme Court Administrative Directive 28. Electronic Devices in a Courthouse.
Supreme Court Etiquette for Media
Supreme Court. Instructions for Attorneys Arguing Granted Cases Before the Supreme Court of Virginia.
Supreme Court. Writ Panel Procedures Prohibited Items.
Circuit Court, Fairfax County. Order Relating to Recording Equipment and Portable Electronic Devices.
Circuit Court, Fairfax County. Electronic Devices in the Courthouse.
Circuit Court, Loudoun County. Terms of Court and General Information.
General District Court, Campbell County. Cell Phone Policy.
General District Court, Williamsburg/James City County. General Information.
General District Court, City of Roanoke. General Information.
General District Court, Staunton County. General Information.
Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, Pulaski County. Frequently Asked Questions & Dress and Conduct Code.
Supreme Court. Rule 5. Use of cameras and wireless communication devices during proceedings.