Remote Hearing Information
The DC Courts are conducting most hearings remotely or partially remote. Most Superior Court hearings are open to the public. You can join by WebEx, a video-conference application, or by phone. Check the Court of Appeals for information on appeals remote hearings.
Audio and video recording; taking pictures of remote hearings; and sharing the live or recorded remote hearing by rebroadcasting, live-streaming or otherwise are not allowed.
Parties to cases (plaintiffs, defendants, petitioners and respondents) can find information about remote access and special instructions for their participation on this page: Remote Hearing Information for Parties and Other Court Participants
See the DC Superior Court Online Case Search page to perform a party name or case number search for the date the case is scheduled for a remote hearing.
***Please Note: The DC Courts have remote sites available for those without a home computer or laptop, good WiFi or for other reasons would prefer to participate in a remote hearing from a location other than their home. For information on those sites, please read this helpful one-page tip sheet: Tips for Using DC Courts Remote Hearing Sites
|Public Access to Remote Court Hearings||Download|
|List of Remote Sites and Tips||Download|
|Acceso Público a las Audiencias a Distancia del Tribunal||Download|
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|Instructions to Join Court Hearing (WebEx or Phone)||Download|
|Instruccciones Para el Acceso a las Audiencias a Distancia||Download|