I got picked for jury duty a few months ago. I had to call in the night before and listen to a recording to see if my juror number was chosen. At the end of the recording it was explained that you can not bring cell phones with cameras into the building so please leave them at home or in your car. The next day I drove to the court house and parked in the parking garage. When I got to the elevator there was a sign above the button explaining that camera phones are not allowed in the building. There was also a recording playing from a speaker right above me letting me know that camera phones are not allowed in the building. As I approached the front entrance I noticed that there were signs taped to the inside of all 10 glass doors and each wing of the revolving door. When I got close enough to read them I found out that camera phones are not allowed in the building. When I got into the lobby there was a sign with a big arrow on it showing me where to line up to go through the security check and it also informed me that camera phones are not allowed in the building. I got in the back of a line of about 15 people. After a few minutes I made it about halfway down the hallway and came to a stop next to a 3 foot tall sign that let everyone know that camera phones are not allowed in the building. As I got closer to the front I could now see the other people going through the security check. I watched a woman put her bag on the conveyor belt and then step through the metal detector that had a sign on it letting her know that camera phones are not allowed in the building. When she went to get her belongings on the other side of the x-ray machine she seemed to get into an argument with the security personnel. After a few minutes she stormed back down the hallway towards us yelling loudly “Camera phones are not allowed in the building! If you have one with you, just go back to your car right now because they sure won’t let you in!!”