Zoom Court Hearing Instructions

Please read this page carefully as this is a two-step process for most registrants. If you are a defendant making your first appearance in court you must complete both steps. If you are a victim, witness, attorney or observer, proceed to Step 2.

​STEP 1: Advisement of Rights


Prior to court you will need to confirm you have reviewed your advisement of rights. Read the advisement, or watch a video outlining your rights in Court. Next, be sure to sign and submit the advisements of rights.


​STEP 2: ZOOM Registration



After you have completed your registration below, you will receive a confirmation email with information on joining the hearing. The ZOOM meeting start time in the confirmation email may be different than your scheduled hearing time.

IMPORTANT: Please reference your ticket or latest notice of hearing to locate your scheduled hearing time, as this is the correct time to log in for court.


Example: Zoom meeting link starts at 12 p.m. Your ticket has a court time at 3:30 p.m. Do not login at 12: p.m. Log in at 3:30 p.m.    

Please also understand that your hearing may not begin exactly at the the scheduled time. You may be held in a waiting room until the court is ready to hear your case. We are admitting several people at the same time, and we are notified when you join the meeting. During this time you may see a message that says "Welcome to Court. The clerk will be with you shortly." This is normal and you are in the correct place.

Patience is requested as we conduct Court using this new method. 

​Check the date on your citation or most recent notice of hearing, and register using the appropriate link:



January Court Dates:
February Court Dates:
March Court Dates

What to expect during a Zoom Court hearing

To participate, you will need to use a computer or mobile device equipped with a camera and a microphone.

Once you join the meeting, you will speak with a clerk to check in.

Next, you will enter a separate “room” to speak with the prosecutor.

After meeting with the prosecutor you will be connected to the Courtroom, where the judge will hear your case.

Lastly, you will speak with a clerk to receive paperwork, pay fines and fees assessed in your case, or schedule your next hearing.

During the hearing, participants are expected to follow normal Courtroom decorum: 

  • Arrive on time, and make sure your device is charged
  • Identify yourself with your real name
  • Dress appropriately for Court
  • Eliminate distractions by finding a quiet place to appear remotely 
  • Silence all other electronic devices
  • Please mute your microphone until it is your turn to speak
  • Be courteous and respectful to all other persons appearing in Court
  • All photography, recording and videography of cases or defendants are prohibited by court order.

Questions? Email us, or call 303-663-6133.












Questions? Email us or call 303-663-6123.