As COVID-19 crippled the court system in 2020, Broward Circuit Chief Judge Jack Tuter emerged as a key leader, with a response that some South Florida attorneys are now considering a blueprint for success in adapting to unprecedented emergencies.

But if you ask Tuter, he’ll tell you it was the efforts of lawyers, judges and courthouse staff, along with the adoption of new technologies, that made all the difference.

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