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If you are attending court via zoom, you are still required you to adhere to all courtroom protocols, which includes: being on-time, appropriately dressed, not eating, drinking, or smoking, and certainly not in the same room with a person the court has order you to have no contact with.  https://www.abajournal.com/.../a-prosecutors-suspicion...
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Posted on March 10, 2021

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If you are attending court via zoom, you are still required you to adhere to all courtroom protocols, which includes: being on-time, appropriately dressed, not eating, drinking, or smoking, and certainly not in the same room with a person the court has order you to have no contact with.


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