As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to linger despite increased vaccinations, many court systems are considering hybrid operations that will accommodate both virtual and in-person proceedings.

With in-person oral arguments slated to resume at the Court of Appeals of Georgia in September, Presiding Judge Stephen Dillard said the goal is to get things as back to normal as possible for his chamber staff, too.

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