Courtroom Technology Reservation Request
The Fairfax County Court’s Courtroom Technology Management System (CTMS) offers multimedia evidence presentation and audio/video conferencing capabilities. The CTMS enables attorney’s to present digital and electronic evidence simultaneously to judges, clerks, attorneys, jurors and spectators through an integrated audio/video network of microphones, monitors, assistive devices and flat screen displays.
NOTE: The Courtroom Technology Office is not responsible for the scheduling of courtrooms. The scheduling of courtrooms is managed by the Clerk's office for each individual court - Circuit Court, General District Court and Juvenile Court.
Attorneys interested in reserving specific equipment or conducting audio/video conferencing must complete and submit the courtroom technology reservation request form for the court they are interested in by selecting the appropriate court below. The reservation request form provides the opportunity to request specific technology and equipment when reserving a courtroom. Once the reservation request form is submitted, the court should respond within 2 business days.
While the CTMS is user-friendly, orientation prior to use of the system is strongly encouraged. By arranging with appropriate court staff, users are afforded the opportunity to verify the compatibility of any hardware, software or evidence sources being considered for use during trial. Portable equipment is available in non-CTMS courtrooms and may be requested on an as-needed basis. Courtroom procedural requirements for video teleconference and evidence presentation are in effect and must be adhered to.