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Home Courts By County Adams County Division R/First Appearance Center - Virtual Docket
Division R/First Appearance Center - Virtual Docket
Misdemeanor and Traffic Cases

*** UPDATE (9/20/21): Starting on Monday, September 20, 2021, all defendants must appear in person, with the exception of traffic infractions ("R" cases only) set on Wednesdays or by order of the Court. Traffic infractions will still be handled virtually, by WebEx, on Wednesdays only. 

The Adams County Court uses WebEx for all virtual appearances. In order to appear virtually in Division R (traffic infractions only) you will be required to download the WebEx app onto your smartphone or use the internet browser on your computer.  You will be required to participate via audio and video (camera), otherwise your case will be rescheduled to a future date.


1. DOWLOAD THE WEBEX APP: please click the icons below for detailed instructions on how to download and use WebEx:

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(Including how to successfully participate and interact with the court in a virtual hearing)

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2. CONFIRM YOUR CASE NUMBER: please click on the link below to obtain your case number and to confirm that your case is scheduled to be heard in Division R.

Case number example:

2020 M/T/R 12345
4-digit year

Case Class

Case Sequence (number)

3. USE ONE OF THE LINKS BELOW TO APPEAR VIRTUALLY based on your case class ("R" cases only)  and number:

MEETING #                     

TRAFFIC CASES ENDING IN 1,3,5,7, 9 ("R" cases)   

2591 839 8487

TRAFFIC CASES ENDING IN 0,2,4,6,8  ("R" cases)

  2595 902 4866


WebEx: General Advisement

Please keep in mind, a virtual courtroom has all the decorum requirements of a physical courtroom:

  • Professional attire is required when appearing in court in person or via video.
  • Be prepared and organized.
  • Keep background noise to a minimum.
  • Be in a location with a strong cellular or internet service.
  • Ensure witnesses are prepared not only for their testimony but also that they have sufficient hardware, bandwith, and understanding of WebEx.
  • Only one person should talk at a time. Do not interrupt or talk over others.
  • Participate from a location with good overheard lighting and where you can eliminate noise from other sources if in the home (family members, pets, loud appliances, etc.).
  • Prepare for how the virtual presentation will impact your ability to present and discuss documents with witnesses and the court.
  • Your case may not be called right away and may take longer than if you were physically present. Please be patient.
  • Making any video or audio recordings of WebEx court proceedings is strictly prohibited.


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