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DAILY DEBRIEF: Can virtual courts be held accountable? (podcast)

Are virtual courts held accountable?

In the absence of watchdogs and public oversight during hearings, can virtual courts amid the COVID-19 pandemic unhinge judges, public defenders or privately retained attorneys.

Judith McKinney, a volunteer with the Geneva Court Watch Committee weighs the possibilities of such behavioral changes occurring online as she gets set to publish the latest edition of “Eye on the Court,” which tracks the latest findings from mid-December to early-March – just before the courtrooms physically closed their doors for good.

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