Love ‘Perry Mason’ reruns? It’s in real life for free on Webex, but only at the judge’s discretion

The Denver Gazette: Court proceedings that may have been tough to get to before the pandemic are now accessible online through a system called Webex, which has reshaped public access. 

For reporters and the public, access to court proceedings in the Webex era has been a mixed bag, as varied as the judges who run them. But overall Webex is seen as a positive development. Many in the Colorado justice system want online courtrooms to remain post-COVID, including the chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court.

In an interview, Brian Boatright told The Denver Gazette that despite glitches early on, virtual law is here to stay.

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