Courtroom Equipment and Technology


In order to stay current with the needs of counsel, the Judiciary has compiled information regarding the equipment and technology available for use by counsel in the courtrooms in the State of Delaware. Please use the tabs below for an understanding of what is available in each county and in the Justice of the Peace Court facilities.

All courtroom technology requests must be arranged and approved through the Court, the Judge's office and/or the pre-trial conference. To inquire about a courtroom, please contact the Court directly in each county using the contact information provided in the tabs below.



New Castle County

There are generally two types of courtrooms in New Castle County. There is the standard courtroom with no built in AV equipment and there is the "high-tech" courtroom, which contain the latest equipment requested in the legal community.


Standard Courtroom


Standard Courtrooms contain the following technology and equipment:

  • Wireless Internet access. There is an open Wifi connection called "state-guest-net" located throughout the courthouses that could be used by counsel in courtrooms as needed. Please review instructions and guidelines for making use of the State-Guest-Net wireless services in the courthouses statewide.
  • Microphones and digital recording with the For the Record (FTR) system.
  • High quality sound system.
  • Big screen. All Courtrooms have a motorized screen facing the Jury for the option of adding a projector to the system. Projectors can be added by the Court or by a counsel hired technician.
  • Equipped with ADA assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired.

High-Tech Courtroom


The high tech courtrooms contain equipment that is generally requested in the legal community for evidence presentation. Generally, the Court staff will schedule a high-tech courtroom if requested by counsel. The high-tech courtrooms are nearly identical in configuration and include all the features of a standard courtroom plus the following:

  • Podium with laptop computer input connection.
  • Document viewer which includes the following features: viewing of document one page at a time, viewing of slides and overhead transparencies, viewing of 3-D objects, power zoom lens, auto or manual focus, and negative/positive option for viewing negative films. Camera head can be rotated for viewing of an object not on the document viewer.
  • DVD player.
  • Annotation system with touch screen monitor.
  • Counsel tables with computer input connections and a separate monitor to view the evidence presented. Some rooms have four attorney tables with PC connections.
  • Witness monitor with a touch screen monitor for annotation and evidence viewing.
  • Judge monitor. The judge has a personal monitor to view evidence.
  • Jury Box monitor for rooms with a jury box. There is one monitor for each two jurors mounted in front of the juror chair.
  • Large wall mounted TV for the gallery or others to view evidence. (Except Sussex County Superior Courts)

Available Equipment Options


The following other equipment options are available on request:

  • Evidence Carts. Portable evidence presentation carts contain basic audio visual equipment for evidence presentation, which can include a projector, document viewer and DVD player.
  • Projector. A projector is available upon request for Courtrooms that are not equipped with monitors.
  • VGA Adapter Kit. Adapters in the VGA Adapter Kit are provided upon request in the event evidence which needs to be presented is not on media easily accessed on the evidence display computer, iPads, or laptops requiring HDMI connections. **See important disclaimer below.
  • Video Conference for remote testimony. Court Call is the recommended remote testimony service. Additional information and arrangements can be made at the pre-trial conference. This must be arranged in advance to verify connections and availability.

New Castle County Courtrooms Technology and Equipment


Leonard L. Williams Justice Center
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Displays Digital HDMI connection Notes
COURT OF CHANCERY CONTACT: Ken Lagowski or Donna White at 302-255-0544
Chancery 12A Standard 60
Chancery 12B High-Tech 60
Chancery 12C Standard 35
Chancery 12D Standard 35
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Displays Digital HDMI connection Notes
SUPERIOR COURT CONTACT: Main number at 302-255-0800
Superior 4A High-Tech 45
Superior 4B High-Tech 150
Superior 4C High-Tech 45
Superior 4D Standard 45
Superior 4E Standard 45
Superior 6A High-Tech 45
Superior 6B High-Tech 45
Superior 6C High-Tech 60
Superior 6D High-Tech 45
Superior 6E Standard 60
Superior 8A Standard 45
Superior 8B High-Tech 150
Superior 8C High-Tech 45
Superior 8D High-Tech 60
Superior 8E High-Tech 45
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Displays Digital HDMI connection Notes
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CONTACT: Main number at 302-255-0900
Common Pleas 5A Standard 35
Common Pleas 5B Standard 45
Common Pleas 5C Standard 60
Common Pleas 5D Standard 60
Common Pleas 5E Standard 45
Common Pleas 5F Standard 35
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Displays Digital HDMI connection Notes
FAMIILY COURT CONTACT: Renee Ciconte, Director of Operations at 302-255-0360
Family 1A - 1F
2A - 2F
3A - 3F
Standard n/a

**VGA adapter kit disclaimer: Due to the many types, configurations, and age of devices, the Court will not guarantee that the owner’s device will work with the evidence display monitors. The owner of the device should be knowledgeable on whether or not the device allows output to be displayed via adapter connections to external monitors, as well as, the configurations necessary to allow for such display. The Court is not responsible for any damage that may occur as a result of connecting the owner’s device to the evidence display monitor. The Court is not responsible for troubleshooting the owner’s device if it does not work with the monitor in the courtroom.


Kent County

There are generally two types of courtrooms in Kent County. There is the standard courtroom with no built in AV equipment and there is the "high-tech" courtroom, which contain the latest equipment requested in the legal community.


Standard Courtroom


Standard Courtrooms contain the following technology and equipment:

  • Wireless Internet access. There is an open Wifi connection called "state-guest-net" located throughout the courthouses that could be used by counsel in courtrooms as needed. Please review instructions and guidelines for making use of the State-Guest-Net wireless services in the courthouses statewide.
  • Microphones and digital recording with the For the Record (FTR) system.
  • High quality sound system.
  • Equipped with ADA assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired.

High-Tech Courtroom


The high tech courtrooms contain equipment that is generally requested in the legal community for evidence presentation. Generally, the Court staff will schedule a high-tech courtroom if requested by counsel. The high-tech courtrooms are nearly identical in configuration and include all the features of a standard courtroom plus the following:

  • Big screen. Motorized screen facing the Jury for the option of adding a projector to the system. Projectors can be added by the Court or by a counsel hired technician.
  • Podium with laptop computer input connection.
  • Annotation system with touch screen monitor.
  • Counsel tables with computer input connections and a separate monitor to view the evidence presented.
  • Witness monitor with a touch screen monitor for annotation and evidence viewing.
  • Judge monitor. The judge has a personal monitor to view evidence.
  • Jury Box monitor for rooms with a jury box. There is one monitor for each two jurors mounted in front of the juror chair.

Available Equipment Options


The following other equipment options are available on request:

  • Document viewer which includes the following features: viewing of document one page at a time, viewing of slides and overhead transparencies, viewing of 3-D objects, power zoom lens, and auto or manual focus. Camera head can be rotated for viewing of an object not on the document viewer.
  • Blue Ray DVD player.
  • Evidence Carts. Portable evidence presentation carts contain basic audio visual equipment for evidence presentation, which can include a projector, document viewer and DVD player.
  • Projector. A projector is available upon request for Courtrooms that are not equipped with monitors.
  • VGA Adapter Kit. Adapters in the VGA Adapter Kit are provided upon request in the event evidence which needs to be presented is not on media easily accessed on the evidence display computer, iPads, or laptops requiring HDMI connections. **See important disclaimer below.
  • Video Conference for remote testimony. Court Call is the recommended remote testimony service. Additional information and arrangements can be made at the pre-trial conference. This must be arranged in advance to verify connections and availability.

Kent County Courtrooms Technology and Equipment


Kent County Courthouse
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Display Notes
COURT OF CHANCERY CONTACT: Julie Kelley at 302-735-1930
Chancery 2 High-Tech 45 Two wall monitors
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Display Notes
SUPERIOR COURT CONTACT: Joe Sanchez 302-739-5337 or Todd Michelau 302-674-6495
Superior 1 High-Tech 150 Two large TV's on carts available
Superior 3 High-Tech 90 Courtroom has wall monitor
Superior 4 High-Tech 90
Superior 5 High-Tech 90
Superior 7 High-Tech 100 No annotation system
Superior 8 High-Tech 150 No annotation system
Superior 11 High-Tech 30
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Display Notes
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CONTACT: Main number at 302-735-3900
Common Pleas 6 Standard 100
Common Pleas 10 Standard 20
Family Court Courthouse
Court Courtroom Room Type
FAMILY COURT CONTACT: Melissa Ziegler, Director of Operations at 302-672-1100
Family 6 courtrooms Wireless Internet access and For the Record (FTR) system. Mobile cart with Lenovo and TV screen to display electronic evidence is available upon request.

**VGA adapter kit disclaimer: Due to the many types, configurations, and age of devices, the Court will not guarantee that the owner’s device will work with the evidence display monitors. The owner of the device should be knowledgeable on whether or not the device allows output to be displayed via adapter connections to external monitors, as well as, the configurations necessary to allow for such display. The Court is not responsible for any damage that may occur as a result of connecting the owner’s device to the evidence display monitor. The Court is not responsible for troubleshooting the owner’s device if it does not work with the monitor in the courtroom.


Sussex County

There are generally two types of courtrooms in Sussex County. There is the standard courtroom with no built in AV equipment and there is the "high-tech" courtroom, which contain the latest equipment requested in the legal community.


Standard Courtroom


Standard Courtrooms contain the following technology and equipment:

  • Wireless Internet access. There is an open Wifi connection called "state-guest-net" located throughout the courthouses that could be used by counsel in courtrooms as needed. Please review instructions and guidelines for making use of the State-Guest-Net wireless services in the courthouses statewide.
  • Microphones and digital recording with the For the Record (FTR) system.
  • High quality sound system.
  • Equipped with ADA assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired.

High-Tech Courtroom


The high tech courtrooms contain equipment that is generally requested in the legal community for evidence presentation. Generally, the Court staff will schedule a high-tech courtroom if requested by counsel. The high-tech courtrooms include all the features of a standard courtroom and typically the additional features listed. However, please refer to the chart below for exceptions or other notations or call the Court directly.

  • Big screen. Motorized screen facing the Jury for the option of adding a projector to the system. Projectors can be added by the Court or by a counsel hired technician.
  • Podium with laptop computer input connection.
  • Annotation system with touch screen monitor.
  • Counsel tables with computer input connections and a separate monitor to view the evidence presented. Some rooms have four attorney tables with PC connections.
  • Witness monitor with a touch screen monitor for annotation and evidence viewing.
  • Judge monitor. The judge has a personal monitor to view evidence.
  • Jury Box monitor for some rooms with a jury box. There is one monitor for each two jurors mounted in front of the juror chair.
  • Large wall mounted TV for the gallery or others to view evidence. (Except Sussex County Superior Courts)

Available Equipment Options


The following other equipment available in certain courtrooms or may be requested:

  • Document viewer which includes the following features: viewing of document one page at a time, viewing of slides and overhead transparencies, viewing of 3-D objects, power zoom lens, and auto or manual focus. Camera head can be rotated for viewing of an object not on the document viewer.
  • DVD player.
  • Evidence Carts. Portable evidence presentation carts contain basic audio visual equipment for evidence presentation, which can include a projector, document viewer and DVD player.
  • Projector. A projector is available upon request for Courtrooms that are not equipped with monitors.
  • VGA Adapter Kit. Adapters in the VGA Adapter Kit are provided upon request in the event evidence which needs to be presented is not on media easily accessed on the evidence display computer, iPads, or laptops requiring HDMI connections. **See important disclaimer below.
  • Video Conference for remote testimony. Court Call is the recommended remote testimony service. Additional information and arrangements can be made at the pre-trial conference. This must be arranged in advance to verify connections and availability.

Sussex County Courtrooms Technology and Equipment


Court of Chancery Building
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Notes
COURT OF CHANCERY CONTACT: Katrina Kruger at 302-856-5775
Chancery Large High-Tech 45
Chancery Small Standard 15
Sussex County Courthouse
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Display Notes
SUPERIOR COURT CONTACT: Rene Flores, Chief of Security at 302-855-7395 or Joyce Yarnell, CSO II at 302-855-7065
**Please contact the Court prior to trial to perform a dry run to identify issues and correct concerns.**
Superior 1 Standard 140 No motorized screen
Superior 2 High-Tech 75 No wall-mounted TV. Projector is ceiling mounted.
Superior 3 High-Tech 35 No wall-mounted TV. Projector is ceiling mounted.
Superior 4 Standard 35
Court Courtroom Room Type Capacity Jury Display Notes
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CONTACT: Main number at 302-858-5700
Common Pleas A Standard 150
Common Pleas B Standard 75
Family Court Building
Court Courtroom Room Type
FAMILY COURT CONTACT: Gary Belkot, Director of Operations at 302-855-7467
Family 1 - 6 Wireless Internet access and For the Record (FTR) system. Mobile cart with Lenovo and TV screen to display evidence is available upon request.

**VGA adapter kit disclaimer: Due to the many types, configurations, and age of devices, the Court will not guarantee that the owner’s device will work with the evidence display monitors. The owner of the device should be knowledgeable on whether or not the device allows output to be displayed via adapter connections to external monitors, as well as, the configurations necessary to allow for such display. The Court is not responsible for any damage that may occur as a result of connecting the owner’s device to the evidence display monitor. The Court is not responsible for troubleshooting the owner’s device if it does not work with the monitor in the courtroom.


Justice of the Peace Court


Justice of the Peace Court

Only Justice of the Peace Court 11 has wireless Internet access. Twenty-four hour Courts 7, 11 and 20 have an evidence display monitor, which includes a DVD player, flash drive and PC.

To inquire about a Justice of the Peace Court Courtroom, please contact the respective Court directly for more information.

Court County City Wireless Internet Evidence display monitor VGA Adapter Kit available
9 New Castle County Middletown
10 New Castle County Wilmington
11 New Castle County New Castle
13 New Castle County Wilmington
20 New Castle County Wilmington
6 Kent County Harrington
7 Kent County Dover
8 Kent County Smyrna
16 Kent County Dover
2 Sussex County Rehoboth
3 Sussex County Georgetown
4 Sussex County Seaford
14 Sussex County Georgetown
17 Sussex County Georgetown