In the Courtrooms
Court Audio Recordings
Each courtroom is equipped with an infrared emitter. Headphones are available upon request.
- 50-inch television
- HDMI and VGA inputs
- Please note: that the HDMI and VGA input cables provided are only about 6' in length. If you need a longer cable you will need to provide your own extension cables.
- ClickShare media presentation device
The Loudoun County Circuit Court has installed media presentation devices called “ClickShare” in Courtrooms 2A, 2B, 2C, and 2D. This technology will allow attorneys and self-represented litigants to present media from their laptops to the courtroom monitor using wireless technology. In order to avail yourselves of this technology, you must first download an application from the ClickShare website onto your laptop. Once you are in the courtroom, a bailiff will provide you with a dongle that has a button attached to it. When you are ready to present your media via the television, the button is pressed and the content from your laptop will be cast to the monitor. Loudoun County Circuit Court staff are available to meet with attorneys who would like to test the equipment. Requests can be made via the following portal:
Any questions regarding ClickShare can be directed to Alex Rueda at
Bringing in Your Own Equipment
Many devices can be hooked up to our monitor using the provided HDMI inputs. Please note that the cords provided are 6 feet long. If you need your device to be further away, you will need to provide your own extension cables. The court does not provide any adapters.
Specialized AV Equipment/Services available upon request
- Document Camera
- ClickShare Device
- Lightbox (X-Ray viewing)
- Projector & Projector Screen (See Bailiff)
- Video Conferencing
Note: Some services may not be available due to hardware and/or network limitations
These are available on a first come basis using the equipment request form.
In the Courthouse
Digital Docket Screens provided to us by the Supreme Court of Virginia allows visitors to the courthouse to find out in what courtroom and at what time their case is being heard.
Phones & Mobile Devices
At this time Loudoun County does not allow devices with cameras into the courthouse Opens a New Window. . Exceptions may be made for attorneys in good standing with the Loudoun County Bar Association.
Loudoun Officer of the Court Remote Access
The Supreme Court of Virginia provides the Officer of the Court Remote Access (LOCRA) service. This service enables remote viewing of documents in the Case Imaging System utilized by the Loudoun County Circuit Court. At this time LOCRA is available only to attorneys in good standing with the Virginia Bar Assoc. For more information on this service please email the Clerk's Office Opens a New Window. .
Land Records Remote Access
The Loudoun County Clerk's Office provides remote access to their land records. A fee and application is required for each user.