There are monitors throughout our courtrooms which receive HD digital video. The monitors display items placed on the document camera, laptops connected to the audio/video cables, someone appearing via Video Conference, and they mirror the annotation input from the touch-screens. You will find two monitors on each counsel table, one monitor per two jurors in the jury box (shown), at the lectern, the witness stand, the courtroom deputy station, and on the judge's bench. The lectern and witness stand both have touchscreen monitors which allow annotation.
There is also a confidence monitor outside the jury box (shown) which reflects what is being seen by the jurors. If evidence has not yet been admitted, the Courtroom Deputy will mute what the jury can see and this monitor will be blank.