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State Judicial Court Introduces Interactive Displays to Enhance Courtroom Proceedings

State Judicial Court Introduces Interactive Displays to Enhance Courtroom Proceedings

Business Environment Challenges

The longstanding custom of presenting in-court evidence on a physical cart is an important consideration for courtrooms when making the transition to a paperless environment. There is a need for a large visual display in the courtroom as an alternate means for presenting evidence to judge and jurors. As part of a state’s efforts to transition all courts statewide to paperless environments, the state judicial court needed to select a vendor for the courts’ audio/visual component to support electronic documentation.

The judicial court’s technology officer was responsible for outfitting the state courts’ 51 courtrooms, 57 hearing rooms, offices and training rooms with audio/visual technology.

“We needed a broad-reaching solution, and one that wouldn’t further burden already limited budgets,” he says. “And perhaps even more importantly is the need to have a supportive vendor.  We have a staff of only four IT professionals, so we need a very reliable solution backed by superior service.”

“Sharp was an excellent partner in bringing our vision to life. Not only did they work with us to customize the displays for a variety of courtroom applications, but they integrated with our in-house systems for optimum performance."

Technology Officer, State Judicial Court



A State Judicial Court


  • Paperless environment created need for audio/visual courtroom large format interactive display
  • Limited attorney presentation capabilities with use of traditional evidence carts


  • Seven (7) 70" Class (69.5" diagonal) Sharp AQUOS BOARD interactive display systems
  • SHARP Pen Software


  • Established high-definition courtroom evidence display 
  • Simplified and enhanced overall evidence presentation
  • Permitted interactive presentation capabilities in the courtroom
  • Reduced courtroom technology spending by one-third
  • Enabled court-wide audio/visual tools for training and presentation