In a recent article from Law360, John Amabile discussed the Georgia Courts’ decisions to continue allowing videoconferencing.
When asked about appearing in-person or virtually in court, John said, “If a judge tells me he wants to see me in person and I don't have a health reason to object to that, I'm probably not going to question it. I think it really does depend on the judge. And I expect an awful lot of judges will continue to use the technology in order to have to deal with the more straightforward motions or where they don't want to just have people hanging around waiting for a calendar to be called."
You can read the full article here: Ga. Courts Plan To Keep Pandemic's Digital Innovations