The courthouse offers free public wifi by connecting to the network “court public.” Connection speed may vary based on how many people are accessing the network. Please read the wifi access policy further down the page before connecting to the network it outlines network support disclaimers as well as defines what counts as appropriate usage.
The court’s free wifi is for the benefit of the public, jurors, court employees, and justice partners (during normal business hours) who have portable computers capable of receiving wireless signals. This wireless capability will allow users to access the Internet from their laptop computers when sitting within range of the access points at all court facilities.
Now the public, prospective jurors, attorneys, and justice partners can check email, download files for court proceedings, or view the court’s website for court and case information while visiting the court. If you don’t know how to access wifi networks on your computer or device, please refer to one of the following PDF instructions.
The Court provides a free Internet access point or “hot spot” for the benefit of the Public, Jurors, Court Employees, and Justice Partners (during normal business hours) who have portable computers capable of receiving wireless signals. This access point will allow users to access the Internet from their laptop computers when sitting within range of the access point at all of the Court Facilities.
As a state public, the Court has a management responsibility to establish an appropriate policy to administer use of the Internet and online services supported by this agency. It is within this context that the Court offers access to the Internet via the wireless network.
All users are expected to use the wireless access in a legal and responsible manner.
While using this wireless access, users should not violate federal, State of California, or local laws, including those relating to:
By using this wireless access network the user acknowledges that he/she is subject to and agrees to abide by, all laws, and all rules and regulations of the State of California and the federal government that are applicable to Internet use.
Wireless access is by nature an insecure medium. As with most public wireless networks, any information being sent or received over the Court’s wireless network could potentially be intercepted by another wireless user. Users should not transmit their credit card information, Social Security Number, passwords and any other sensitive personal information while using any wireless “hot spot.”
Anyone using the wireless network provided by the Court is forewarned that there can be no expectation of privacy when using the wireless network. Users assume all associated risks and agree to hold harmless the Court and its employees for any personal information (e.g., credit card) that is compromised, or for any damage caused to the user’s hardware or software due to electric surges, security issues or consequences caused by viruses or hacking. All users of wireless access should have up‐to‐date virus protection on their personal laptop computers or wireless devices.
The Court is providing wireless connectivity in this facility as a public service and offers no guarantees or representations that use of the wireless connection is in any way secure, or that any privacy can be protected when using this wireless connection.
Use of this wireless connection is entirely at the risk of the user, and the Court is not responsible for any loss of information that may arise from the use of the wireless connection, nor is the Court responsible for any loss, injury, or damages resulting from the use of the wireless connection.