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Court Audio and Appeals


To serve a copy of a notice of appeal on the trial court administrator and the transcript coordinator for this court, under Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure 1.35(e), use the following email address:


The 15th Judicial District Courts consist of six independent courtrooms utilizing a state of the art digital recording system for the retention and archiving of courtroom proceedings. In each court, there is a computer and sound system which captures the audio from these proceedings and is stored electronically  The audio is available on physical CDs or sent electronically by email using secure file transfer with a link to download the recordings.  A single CD has the capacity to hold approximately 16 hours of courtroom audio in FTR format. The court can provide audio recordings in native FTR format (which requires the ForTheRecord player plus software and a windows compatible PC with sound and a CD-ROM drive free download ).  The court cannot assist you if you encounter problems with downloading or installing the FTR player software.  If you encounter any technical difficulties you will need to contact technical support at

Disk Capacity

FTR 5.4 Audio Format: Approx. 16 hours

To obtain additional information regarding this technology, go to the ForTheRecord web site. ForTheRecord also provides the free player software for listening to the audio as the native FTR format will not operate without the use of this software.    

Obtaining Courtroom Audio

To obtain a copy of courtroom audio, contact the Courtroom Transcription Coordinator at
Coquille: 541-396-8372
Curry County: 541-373-6894
The cost for electronic delivery of the recording is $10.00. The cost to deliver by CD is $10.00 + $1.00 + shipping. In most cases, the CD will also include an electronic .html log of the proceeding that can be viewed in most modern web browsers. More information regarding this technology can be found at the ForTheRecord web site.