Colorado officials move toward standardizing remote access to court hearings

Boulder Daily Camera: Colorado officials are working on standardizing remote access to court hearings, as what started out as an emergency fix during the COVID pandemic has become an accepted practice in courtrooms across the state.

When in-person court appearances were first canceled in the spring of 2020 due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, many jurisdictions turned to streaming court proceedings to avoid having multiple people in courtrooms while still allowing for cases to continue.

And while in-person court hearings have been back for quite some time, remote access to proceedings has remained in place in most jurisdictions, including Boulder County.

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