Virtual court hearings could be here to stay if a Texas Judicial Council resolution passed Thursday finds success with lawmakers and judicial leaders.

The Texas Supreme Court has passed COVID-19 emergency orders that allowed courts across the Lone Star State to use videoconferencing to conduct court hearings and even virtual jury trials. But those emergency orders rely upon Gov. Greg Abbott’s declaration of a state of emergency because of the pandemic.

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