States’ revenue streams were walloped by COVID-19 lockdowns. And with federal funding unlikely before Election Day, governors have announced budget cuts that include shrinking courts’ spending.

But as some courts ditch previously planned tech projects, video conference platforms are likely not on the chopping block. Instead, courts are aiming to add more video conference licenses and other remote technology that can weather future COVID-19 surges and an understaffed court system.

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