Going to Court videos
On this page you can play videos that explain the process of attending the Magistrates Courts of Tasmania.
There are four videos. They explain how to prepare for and arrive at court, what happens in court and what happens after court. You can replay the videos as many times as you like.
Copies of the text that appears in the closed captions for each video can be accessed via the Going to Court video transcripts page.
Video 1 - Preparing for Court
This first video will help you to prepare for court and will help you come to court.
This video takes about 6 minutes to watch.
Video 2 - Arriving at Court
In this video, we will explain the process of arriving at court and going through security. This video will explain what you need to know before you enter the courtroom.
This video takes about 3 minutes to watch.
Video 3 - In the Court
This video explains what can happen in the courtroom. The video shows the other people who will be in the courtroom when you are there.
This video takes about 10 minutes to watch.
Video 4 - After Court
This video explains what could happen after you appear in court.
This video takes about 4 minutes to watch. It is the last video in this series of 4 videos.
Where to find more information and support
You can find more information about going to court in the Going to Court part of this web site. Click on the links in the menu to see this information.
You can find more information about services that can support you in going to court in the Support Services part of this web site.
This video series was produced with a grant from the Law Foundation and with assistance and advice from the Department of Justice, Equal Opportunity Tasmania, Tasmania Legal Aid, Association for Children with a Disability (Tas) Inc, Brain Injury Association of Tasmania and Speak Out Advocacy. This series was filmed with the generous participation of volunteers.