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JUDGE WENNER, District Court, Division 2

JUDGE LAMA, District Court, Division 1

JUDGE GROOME, District Court, Division 3

JUDGE ROBAK, County Court, Division A

MAGISTRATE ALLEN, Division 5

MAGISTRATE MEYRICK, Division 4

Fremont County Family Court Facilitator

IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE YOU ENTER THE COURTROOM

During the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, the 11th Judicial DIstrict has implemented virtual courtrooms through WebEx in order to continue to provide essential judicial services to the public.

Please select from the Judges/Divisions below to access Webex Courtroom Information If you are unsure which Judge pertains to your case, please click here or the 'docket' tab on the left navigation bar on our homepage.

Instructions and Considerations:

1) Background noise needs to be kept to a minimum, as it will interfere with the ability of everyone to hear testimony and jeopardize the integrity of the recording system.  The use of speaker phones is discouraged.  Keeping your phone on mute helps, but that may not be possible when counsel needs to make objections.

2) If applicable, you will need to have your exhibits organized and delivered to the witnesses, opposing counsel, and the court in advance of the hearing. All exhibit pages will need to be individually numbered, because you will not be able to approach the witness and show them what you are referring to. The copies provided to the court and opposing counsel need to be similarly numbered.

3) Make sure you are in a location with excellent cellular or internet service, you are stationary (not moving around), and if you are using a cell phone, ensure your battery has enough charge to get through the hearing.

4) Only one person can talk at a time. Do not interrupt each other.  Explain to your witness that if an objection is made, they need to stop talking until the judge has ruled on the objection.

5) If your client is going to be in a separate location you need to think about how you will communicate with them confidentially during the hearing (separate phone line, texting, chat, email, etc.) However, you may not communicate with them (or other witnesses) while they are testifying.

6) WebEx only makes an audio record. It does not record the video of the hearing. If a witness is gesturing or pointing to something, you need to provide a verbal record of what the witness is doing if that is important.

7) Make sure that your client/witnesses are fully informed of these requirements well in advance of the hearing.  Talk with your client/witness in advance to ensure they are comfortable with the technology and have the proper equipment to participate in the hearing.

8) When you join a Webex courtroom hearing, you may not hear anything until the judicial officer connects you to your hearing.  It is also possible that you may join a hearing already in progress.  Please wait patiently until your case is called.

Please remember this is a Court of Law.  Despite the fact the hearing is being conducted via a live WebEx platform, the expectation of this Court is that courtesy will be extended to all parties and respect will be given to the decorum of this Court.
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