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Greeneville - Courtroom: 300

Primary Courtroom for Magistrate Judge Clifton L. Corker

Courtroom Deputy: Kim Ottinger, (423)639-6235, ext. 1205

Primary Courtroom for Magistrate Judge Dennis H. Inman

Courtroom Deputy: Kim Ottinger, (423)639-6235, ext. 1205

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View From Bench

Jury to Witness

Defense to Witness

Prosecution to Witness

From Witness

  • Courtroom Checklist
    Checklist for using Courtroom Technology
  • DEPS Instructional Video
    Information on the Digital Evidence Presentation Systems
  • DEPS Manual
    Courtroom Evidence Presentation System Comprehensive Manual
  • DEPS Quick Sheet
    DEPS Equipment Quick Sheet
  • Jury Evidence Recording System - JERS
    Information about the JERS system

  • Available Technology

    Phone: YesSpeaker Phone: Yes
    VCR: YesDVD: Yes
    Document Camera: YesRealtime Reporting: No

    Technical Information

    This courtoom also has attorney laptop interface, monitors installed in jury box. Video to be played in the courtroom must be a standard NTSC VCR tape or a standard NTSC MPEG-2 DVD. Video can also be played from an attorney's personal laptop, provided it has a VGA output for connecting it to the courtroom evidence presentation system. If using a laptop, please be sure your video or audio plays properly and the screen resolution is set to 1024x768 or less. You should also know how to switch your laptop over to external VGA output (as you would use with a projector).

    Note: Additional monitors can be provided for courtroom use. Request should be made to the Courtroom Deputy in advance of the court date.


    The following are not permitted in the courtroom: Cellular phones, pagers, radios, cameras, camcorders/video recorders, tape recorders.