Access to Justice

The Canton Public Library is proud to partner with the Massachusetts Trial Court to offer access to virtual court services through the Access to Justice library initiative. The Access to Justice initiative works to ensure that all members of our community have equitable access to court resources, including virtual services. Through the Access to Justice Website you can look up case information, join a remote hearing, get help from the court service centers and front desks, find court forms, and more. 

Free interpretation services are available through the Office of Language Access.


Library Services for your Remote Hearing


Borrow a library Chromebook for your remote hearing or use your own laptop, tablet or phone


Print necessary documents ahead of your remote hearing 

  • Email documents to our secure print management system at  Login with your email address to release prints from the Self Service Station across from the reference desk
  • Login with your library card number or a temporary pass number to one of our public computers, print your documents through our private and secure print management system and release your prints from our Self Service Station


Quiet, private space is available for your remote hearing.

Click Here to reserve our private study room online or call the library at 781-821-5027
Click Here to reserve our local history room online or call the library at 781-821-5027


Access the "Library Guest" WiFi network from anywhere in the library without a password


Remote hearings are conducted over the Zoom meeting platform.  All library Chromebooks have the Zoom App installed