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Public Access and Virtual Courtrooms - Teller
Teller County
Public Access to Livestreaming 

In Accordance with Chief Justice Directive 23-02, a Judicial Officer shall provide live streaming during initial bond setting proceedings and any other criminal proceedings, except those limited by the Directive pursuant to sections IV(B) and IV(C).

Non-participatory livestreaming division channels can be accessed here: Fourth Judicial District Live Stream Channels

Webex Virtual Courtrooms 
Parties should appear in person at the courthouse, unless otherwise authorized to appear by telephone or WebEx

If you are a party to a case, please click the ICON for the Judge/Division that pertains to your case or the case you wish to observe. 

To find a scheduled court date and division, click here for Court Docket Search.

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 excellent cellular or internet service.
  • Only one person should talk at a time. Do not interrupt or talk over others.
  • 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 (Chief Justice Directive 23-03).

For online Webex training for attorneys and all court hearing participants click here:

Warning: Do not record or reproduce court proceedings. Any recording of these proceedings—including any audio recording, visual recording, screen capture, or photograph—without the express prior written authorization of the court is prohibited and may subject you to contempt proceedings, including a fine, jail, or both. For more information, please see Chief Justice Directive 23-02 and C.R.S. § 13-1-132.

Witnesses who are set to testify: If there is a sequestration order that prohibits you from watching these proceedings, disconnect immediately and let the court know if you watched or heard any of the proceedings.


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