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Courtroom Technology


Courtrooms in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana utilize an integrated courtroom technology system to effectively manage the presentation of visual and audio materials in court proceedings, known as the Video Evidence Presentation System (VEPS).  Attorneys interested in using VEPS for any purpose should contact the judge's Courtroom Deputy at least two weeks in advance of a scheduled court proceeding.  The Courtroom Deputy will determine whether VEPS is available and appropriate for a particular proceeding, and may refer the attorney to the court's Information Technology Services team for technical assistance with special VEPS setup requirements.


Learn more about VEPS and courtroom technology:

          Courtroom Technology System- Introduction and Why Training Matters

                    Courtroom Technology System- A Judge's Perspective

                    Courtroom Technology System- Video Evidence Presentation System

                    Courtroom Technology System- Pod and Document Camera

                    Courtroom Technology System- Video Presentation 

                    Courtroom Technology System- Laptop Connectors

                    Courtroom Technology System- Audio Components

                    Courtroom Technology System- Advice from Court Staff

                    Courtroom Technology System- Strategy

                   Video Evidence Presentation System (VEPS) Attorney Guide