With shelter-in-place orders going into effect this week in Texas’ major metro areas, courts and judges are zooming—literally—to learn video conferencing technology.

Although courts are technically exempted from shelter-in-place orders, because they fill an essential government function, many judges, still want alternatives to in-person hearings, because they’re trying to reduce exposure to the coronavirus for the public, their staff and themselves.

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