The federal appeals court for the Southeast has heard arguments determining the fate of the civil rights movement, the 2000 presidential election and countless cases over people’s liberty, lives and livelihoods.

It took a global pandemic that forced judges and lawyers to conduct business remotely for the Atlanta-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to allow the general public to hear arguments live without sitting in the courthouse.

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