It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I love easing my way back into blogging with quick hitters. So, without further ado:
Tip #1. During a remote hearing, whether angry at yourself, opposing counsel, the court, or a screen that’s blank, frozen, or otherwise not working properly, don’t “flip the bird” at your camera.
Tip #2. If you forget Tip #1, be honest when the court asks you what it just saw.
Today’s post comes thanks to a tip from Catamount Law’s Samantha Lednicky. Last week, Sam sent me this order issued by the Michigan Court of Appeals. The ABA Journal and Detroit Free Press have coverage.
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