Permanent Liberty Virtual Courtroom Programs

Program Download, Install and Settings for Permanent Liberty Virtual Courtroom Participants


Liberty Virtual Courtroom Permanent Program Download, Install and Settings

Generally, courts will create links and phone codes for temporary users attending virtual court hearings. The links and phone codes will be sent to participants and provide access for a limited number of days on individual matters. Other participants who are engaged with the court on an ongoing basis are considered permanent users and will have long-term access to the virtual court.

Permanent users must install the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program.

iOS and Android users, both temporary and permanent, must install the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program for their device before attempting to access the courtroom. Note that if you have received a temporary link and want to use an iOS or Android device to access the virtual court, then you must install the program on your device before you click on the link.

Anyone authorized by the court may download, install and use the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program at no cost.
Appropriate links and configuration details, as described below, must be obtained from the court, before participants can logon to the system.

Windows Liberty Virtual Courtroom Permanent Program

Courtroom participants using Windows must:

  1. Use Windows 7 or later.
  2. Use standard earbuds or a headset and microphone.
    Earbuds or a headset suitable for Internet phone calls will work with the Liberty Virtual Courtroom.
    For the best possible audio, we strongly suggest that you do not use speakers.
  3. Use a standard webcam, if the court requires video.

Downloading, Installing and Configuring the Program

Download the Windows Liberty Virtual Courtroom from this link and then "open" the download to install the program.

Prior to configuring the program, you must contact your court to obtain a valid user name.

Configure your "Connection Profile" settings, as described below.

  1. Start the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program. The program will have an icon on your desktop labelled the "Liberty Virtual Courtroom".
  2. From the View drop-down menu, select Options. (Note, you may need to first "Log off" the application so that you may change the Option settings.)
  3. Click the Connection Profiles tab and then click the Add button.
  4. Enter the name of the server, the name or label for this profile, and your user name and password, as shown in the screen below.

Liberty Virtual Courtroom Connection Options

Logging On to the System

  1. Click the "Logon" button icon to logon to the default server profile.
    Note that the "Logon" button icon toggles between Logon logoff button and logoff logoff button.
  2. Liberty Virtual Courtroom Server Drop-Down

    Also note that a list of all available profiles that may be accessed using the profile drop-down button.

  3. Click the Logon button logoff button to logon to the default profile.

If your court operates more than one virtual courtroom, you must select the appropriate courtroom during the logon process using the profile drop-down, as shown below.

Select the appropriate courtroom from the drop-down list, if required.

You may also watch the video provided below to see the program being configured.


Android Version of the Liberty Virtual Courtroom Program

If you want to use the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program on an Android device, then you must first download and install the Android version of the program before clicking on the link to join a Virtual Courtroom hearing.

The program requires Android System Version 5 or later.

Download and install the Android Liberty Virtual Courtroom program at no cost from this link onto your device.

If you have been provided with a link to connect to the courtroom, click on that link and the program will start automatically.

If you have been provided with a permanent id and password to access the courtroom, then you must configure the program as described below.

  1. Start the program and click on the Settings button in the upper-right corner.
  2. Start the program and then Select the Options in the top-right corner.

  3. Select Servers
  4. Swipe to Select the Server Options.

  5. Click the + sign to add your server.
  6. Click the Plus sign

  7. Enter your Server settings, as provided by the court, and click OK.
  8. Enter your Server definition settings.

You should now return to the main program Window and click the Logon button when you are ready to logon to the Server.

iOS Version of the Liberty Virtual Courtroom Program

If you want to use the Liberty Virtual Courtroom program on an iOS device, you must first download and install the iOS version of the program before clicking on the link to join a Virtual Courtroom hearing.

The program requires iOS 11 or later.

Download and install the iOS Liberty Virtual Courtroom program from this Apple Store link at no cost onto your iOS device.

If you have been provided with a link to connect to the courtroom, click on that link and the program will start automatically.

If you have been provided with a permanent id and password to access the courtroom, then you must configure the program as described below.

  1. Start the program and click on the three dots (. . .) in the upper-left corner.
  2. From the drop-down menu, select Options.
  3. Select the three dots in the upper left corner, then Options.

  4. In the Settings, select Servers.
  5. Select Servers.

  6. Click the + sign to add your settings.
  7. Add your Server Settings.

  8. Enter your Server settings, as provided by the court, and click Save.
  9. Enter your Server Setting parameters, as provided by the court.

You can now return to the main program Window and click the Logon button when you are ready to logon to the Server.

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