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Information on how to use Zoom including best practices and tips and tricks can be found here. If your hearing will be held over Zoom, you will receive information about how to join your hearing in your Notice of Remote Hearing or other notification from the court. This site is intended for attorneys and the public. Court personnel should refer to the internal pandemic response site for more information about hosting remote court hearings and meetings via Zoom.
If you require further assistance related to Zoom, the Service Desk is ready to help at service idcourts. View our Training for Zoom Hearings Video.
These tips are recommendations to give you the best possible Zoom experience, but they are not a requirement. Do I need a Zoom license to participate in a Zoom hearing? Participants can use a free Basic license to participate. Who is the meeting host? Is the host the only one that can admit people and otherwise operate the Zoom hearing?
The in-court clerk or the Judge will be the meeting host. Can I use the chat feature during the hearing? The chat feature will remain enabled, as it is a default feature in Zoom. Judges may choose to inform participants of the feature and how they would like it used prior to a court proceeding.
Can attorneys use the Zoom chat feature to privately chat with their client? Does the host have access to those private chats? This feature has been disabled. Participants can only chat with the host privately. The Idaho Courts have disabled private chat and will not be saving chats with meeting recordings.
Please be aware that if private chat was enabled, the host would be able to see all private chats within the meeting and could also be saved with the meeting recording. We recommend that attorneys and clients use a means outside of Zoom e.
Can I use a virtual background? Yes, and here is some help . What platforms does Zoom support? Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. The camera on smart phones and other mobile devices can be used to join Zoom meetings with video.
We recommend using the Zoom app on mobile devices if available. You can also join the Zoom meeting by computer without video if your computer does not have a webcam, which will allow you to see the judge and all other participants. How do I join by telephone?
Locate the toll free number on your Notice of Remote Hearing documents or in the meeting invite. Call into that number using your personal phone. When prompted, enter the meeting ID found in the invitation and press. You may be prompted for a password. How do I switch to phone audio during a meeting? There are some audio settings you can change within the Zoom meeting when using the Zoom application.
A dialog box will appear where you can enter your phone number to have Zoom call you or you can call in using the toll free number. If you choose to call in using the toll free number, use the participant ID on your screen to tie your phone audio to your video so that all meeting participants can recognize who is speaking. Is there a one page resource I can reference or share with other participants?
Yes, please share this document . If I still need help, where do I ask my questions? If you still have questions, The Zoom Help Center can be reached here . You may also contact your local county courthouse for any court hearing related questions.
Is my Zoom hearing protected from hackers of “Zoom bombing”? ISC and Zoom have implemented several security features and best practices to prevent against unwanted people joining your meeting. Brody Justice John R. Stegner Justice Gregory W. Moeller Justice Colleen D. Chief Judge Jessica M.
Lorello Judge David W. Skip to main content. Search form Search. Toggle search. Gratton Judge Molly J. Huskey Judge Amanda K. Getting Started with Zoom Users new to Zoom may find these resources helpful before getting started.
Tips for Successful Usage These tips are recommendations to give you the best possible Zoom experience, but they are not a requirement. The host or the attendee can unmute at any time during the meeting. Light from a window behind you might blind the camera, making you look dark. Light above you in the center of a room might also cast shadows. Ideally, position a lamp, or sit facing a window, where light is directly on your face.
Also be aware that your monitor casts light that can make you look blue. Zoom Operations Q. Zoom Security Q. A user must have both the meeting ID and the meeting password to join your meeting. As the Third Branch of Government, we provide access to justice through the timely, fair, and impartial resolution of cases.
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Click JOIN MEETING. 5. Enter Meeting ID provided by the court. 6. Enter your name. This will help court staff check you in for the hearing. To join, you will need to access the Zoom remote court session information, which includes the meeting ID and password. This information can be found on the.