The Vermont judiciary today posted a survey that seeks to capture information about the experience of remote hearings from across the full range of court users. This new survey seeks input (anonymous) from parties, attorneys, victims, witnesses, jurors, the public, the media, and others regarding their experience with the court’s remote hearing technology and the remote hearing process. It is different from the one of the bar that the judiciary conducted this summer. That one focused on policy matters and this one deals with individual experiences. Here’s the link to the survey on the judiciary’s website
The Court Administrator’s Office is encouraging wide sharing of the link. Questions about the survey can be directed to Scott Griffith, Chief of Planning and Court Services for Court Administrator’s Office: email@example.com.