Information for potential jurors and their employers about what it means to be called for jury service.
Each NSW court or tribunal feature specific forms and set fees. Library services also require forms and fees.
NSW Office of the Sheriff provides security for Courts and Tribunals, law enforcement, jury service administration and courtroom support. Also, history and careers.
About the courts and tribunals in NSW including how the courts are supported
Support for victims of crime, Aboriginal people, witnesses, people with disability or language needs plus how to provide feedback or make a complaint.
People attend court for many reasons. Here you will find information to help you through your court journey including about the court process and alternatives to court
Answers to often asked questions including about attending court, what do if you can't attend and finding legal help
Court staff can provide useful information about your matter but they cannot provide legal advice. Learn more
An interactive guide to the roles of the people who are in the court during a criminal case before a jury
Security screening to enter most courts and safety procedures such as prohibited items at court and what is allowed
How to prepare before appearing as a witness; support services available and remote witness facilities; giving evidence
How to find a qualified lawyer before going to court including free legal information and representation
Answers to often asked questions including where ADR is used and by who and links to helpful resources
What to expect during criminal hearings in the Local Court and trials with a jury in the District or Supreme Court.
Information about starting a civil claim or how to respond to a civil claim