Public kiosks that allow people to attend their virtual court hearings have opened in areas across Texas, as a nonprofit launches a statewide pilot that they hope to expand.

The kiosks—which consist of a computer, a printer/scanner and access to someone who can help—have so far been installed in community centers, shelters and libraries. If the state agrees to give the Texas Legal Services Center additional funding, the organization plans to open one kiosk in every county.

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