Voice-activated cameras:

Four concealed cameras located in the courtroom record proceedings on sic-hour videotapes. As the judge, attorneys or witenesses speak, coameras automatically turn towar the speaker,. Videotape replaces paper as the official record of the court.

Video Arraignments:

Defendants remain in jail and stand before a camera in a secured room to answer a judge's questions. Defendants can see all present in the courtroom via closed-circuit television. Eliminates security and transportation costs of moving prisoners to a courtroom.

Video Conferencing:

Similar to telephone conference calls but with cameras. Saves time of judges and attorneys traveling statewide for court hearings.

Facsimile Transmission of Documents:

Attorneys file documents via an electronic image across a telephone line instead of going to courthouse in person.

Tough-screen computers

By pressing boxes on a computer screen, individuals can get information ranging from child support to small claims advice without the help of an attorney. The audio is recorded in English and Spanish. Reduces clerical assistance.

Computer-aided Transcription:

A court reporter takes stenographic notes of court proceeding. Notes can be simultaneously transcribed by computer, making a written record immediately available.