Remote Court Hearing by Videoconference
Laptop Access Station (Oahu)
If you don’t have a computer or electronic device to access your district court remote hearing, check out the Judiciary’s Laptop Access Station at the Supreme Court Law Library.
- Step-by-Step Instructions
- First Circuit (Oʻahu) District Court Zoom Numbers (Updated 12/1/2022)
- Second Circuit (Maui) Eff. 7/1/2021 Circuit, District, and Family Courts Zoom Numbers
- Third Circuit (Hawaii island) Circuit, District, and Family Courts Zoom Numbers (Updated 9/28/2022)
- Join a Zoom Hearing
Remote Hearings FAQs and Information (PDF Version)
Tips on participating remotely
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