A week after the years-long COVID-19 emergency officially ended in California, lawmakers, lawyers, judges and court employees continued to grapple Tuesday with how to incorporate pandemic-inspired technology into a post-pandemic legal world.

At a legislative hearing at the state Capitol, senators expressed support for continued, limited and voluntary use of video appearances in certain cases. But there was significantly less enthusiasm for electronically recording proceedings when certified court reporters are not available.

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