If you appear telephonically, do you use a service? If so, which service do you use?
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Courts have differnent ones. When I appear in federal court in KY that is different than when I appear in federal court in Atlanta for example.
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Many attorneys appear telephonically in Court. In fact, some Court's even schedule conferences to take place telephonically. There are some things you phone in and there are some things that you do not.
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