If it's anything like my own court hearing experience, you probably won't understand most of what's going on. The judge and the attorneys have been doing their jobs for so long that they handle most legal matters among themselves. You're only in the courtroom so you can "aid in your defense", according to the law. It's not like the courtroom scenes on TV.
In my case, it was a divorce court hearing. My wife and her attorney were on one side of the courtroom, and I and my attorney were on the other side. The attorneys and the judge did most of the talking, and I really couldn't hear most of it. The entire hearing was over in just an hour or so.