Saturday, April 11, 2020

Kansas Supreme Court Coronavirus ZOOM Hearing Earns Impressive Audience

Even better, the proceeding escaped an embarrassing hack . . . Read more:

Kansas Supreme Court hears arguments via Zoom amid coronavirus

The Kansas Supreme Court was back at work Saturday dispensing video justice. The teleconferencing software Zoom has been having a moment with the COVID-19 virus forcing millions of Americans to work from home indefinitely. Screenshots of the seven justices and various attorneys all huddled over computer monitors began making the rounds on social media Saturday.

1 comment:

Thomas Payne said...

It is amazing that people think that their stupid, false religion gives them the moral right to make other people sick or even kill them. Same churches that molest children and oppose birth control.