- Website Accessibility Statement
- Accessibility at the Courthouse
- Access and Fairness Advisory Committee
- Access & Fairness Reports & Publications
- Access and Fairness Fact Sheet
A person with a disability who needs a reasonable accommodation should contact the ADA Coordinator or the Access Coordinator. The coordinator could assist in providing access to court services or to participate in the judicial process.
If you are at a courthouse, you can ask a court clerk to refer you to the court's ADA or Access Coordinator.
You can also call the court and ask for the ADA or Access Coordinator. Use the Find My Court feature to find your court's telephone number.
You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for additional help.
For Persons With Disabilities Requesting Accommodations: Questions and Answers About Rule of Court 1.100 for Court Users (2007)