Through the use of technology, we hope to provide you with a better understanding of your court system and how decisions are made. By making court activities and events more accessible to the public, technological advances help to build trust in the judicial system.
Gary A. Hagan
Court Technology Officer
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Serving the counties of Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, and Washington
(850) 747-5410 - Office
(850) 527-9185 - Cell
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1089, Panama City, FL 32402
Physical Address: 300 E. 4th Street, Panama City, FL 32401
We recommend you schedule a test session at least three business days before the day of your hearing or trial. We are unable to provide training on the morning of your trial.
The Fourteenth Judicial Circuit provides the use of courtroom technology as a courtesy to the legal profession and court participants. The Court will make every effort to ensure the equipment is working properly. However, the Court does not guarantee the reliability of the equipment. The Court is not responsible for the user's own negligence or lack of knowledge in operation of the equipment. The user agrees to hold the Court harmless for any failure of the equipment and any and all claims, damages, action, causes of action, suits in equity whatever kind or nature as a result of the use of the equipment. The Court advises the users of this equipment that the Court will not be responsible for any delays causes by the failure of the equipment. Users of the equipment should have back-up material suitable for use in the courtroom in the event of equipment failure.
NOTICE: The courtrooms are equipped with electronic recording systems that may record your conversations.