Evidence Presentation Technology
The United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts has installed electronic evidence presentation systems in all of the Boston and Springfield courtrooms, plus one Worcester courtroom. Also, please note our Electronic Devices Policy before arriving that the Court. For information on using this technology please contact the appropriate courtroom deputy below:
|Judge Janet E. Bostwick||Regina Brooks||(617) 748-5327|
|Judge Elizabeth D. Katz||Stephen Reynolds||(413) 785-6909|
|Chief Judge Christopher J. Panos||Halina Magerowski||(508) 770-8927|
A document camera enables counsel to present electronic evidence with video monitors and/or a projection screen. Evidence in the form of documents, pictures, photo negatives, x-rays, and 3D objects are all viewable.
Video monitors are located at the judge's bench, the courtroom clerk's station, the witness box, the lectern, and counsel tables. The witness and lectern monitors are equipped with touchscreen technology.
Laptop video and audio connections (HDMI) are available for presenting evidence from the lectern making it possible for attorneys to present both audio and video presentation as evidence. A 26-point font size is recommended for presentation from a laptop computer. The Court strongly recommends testing laptop systems in the courtroom before use in open court.
Video Conferencing System
The video conferencing system can be utilized for a variety of video communication applications including simple video conferencing, multi-source conferencing, and mixed output video conferencing such as the presentation of documents and computer outputs from within a video conference.
Telephone Conferencing System
The telephone conferencing system can support six parties and is integrated into the courtroom audio system.