Audio recordings of court proceedings are available in two formats:
Windows Media Audio (WMA) - WMA files are compressed audio files that may be played on most computers. This format is most often requested by law firms and private parties.
Liberty format - a 4-channel audio that is ideal to provide to a transcription company. If you select the Liberty format, you will need to download a FREE player to listen to the audio on your computer.
The FREE player may be downloaded from www.libertyrecording.com
Recordings are available as follows:
*Audio by Email of recordings -
audio is available to be sent by email for a fee of $28.00.
CD Copies of recordings - Audio
can be burned to a CD for a fee of $28.00 per CD.
The fee for all audio requests is $28.00 or $28.00 per CD. This fee must be paid
prior to the Court fulfilling the request. If the request is made online, a
clerk will be contacting you within 24 hours to collect payment. If you missed
the call or you do not receive contact within 24 hours, call the court at
520-724-3171. All audio requests will be emailed, mailed or ready for pickup
within 5 business days after payment is received. If the audio is requested by
email, the audio will be sent to the email address provided on the request form.
Audio requests may also be made in-person or by mail. The fee may be paid via
check made payable to "Pima County Consolidated Justice Court." Please ensure
the request form is included with your payment.
NOTE: If it is determined that your audio request is for audio in our prior format For The Record (FTR), that format will be provided in lieu of Liberty. As with Liberty, you can
download the FREE FTR player from www.fortherecord.com.
*Audio by email: If a recording
exceeds the audio file size limitation, it will be provided in CD format. The
Court will notify you if we are unable to send you the audio by email.