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What Do I Wear To Court And What Can I Bring With Me?
Please remember that you are entering a courthouse and that you may appear before a judge so please use good judgment. The courtrooms may be cold, so you may want to bring a sweater or jacket.
The Jury Assembly Room is wireless. You may bring your laptop, cell phone, or something to occupy your time while you are waiting. The nature of court proceedings requires a considerable amount of down time for jurors. Do not bring anything of value that you cannot keep under your control as you move about the courthouse. The Jury Assembly Room is kept open for jurors throughout the day.
Once you are in the courtroom, you will need to devote all of your attention to the case. This simply means you should not talk, read, or do any other activities. It is important that you give your full attention to the court proceedings.
You may NOT bring any type of gun (hand gun or rifle), potential weapon or explosive material, knives, forks, pepper spray, mace, aerosols, scissors, knitting needles, or any sharp pointed item.