Don’t sit in front of a window. Use a hardwired Internet connection. Practice in the same room with the same technology before appearing in front of a judge.
Those are some of the tips on how to make appellate arguments via Zoom, according to Texas Supreme Court Clerk Blake Hawthorne, who posted the guidelines on Twitter on Oct. 8.
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