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  • March 26, 2020

    Video and Telephone Hearings during the Health Crisis

    The present circumstances with coronavirus has temporarily put defense attorneys and clients in an unprecedented situation of needing to conduct all hearings via telephone or video. Check out this discussion of the issues surrounding video court from Mike Tobin, retired deputy state public defender.

    If you’re wondering how best to prepare for hearings conducted via video or telephone, the latest article from On Point, the blog for Wisconsin State Public Defenders, has a discussion of the issues and a list of tips for video hearings by Mike Tobin, retired deputy state public defender.

    Find out more in Mike Tobin guest posts: Video and telephone hearings during the health crisis.

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