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court hearings remotely in lockdown, the disadvantaged disadvantaged people and should not be used in the long term, lawyers and charities have Said .
HM courts and Tribunals Service Said it would the court take into account the feedback of the users.
During the Covid-19-pandemic, for urgent cases, which could not be performed, via the video-link or telephone, but also in other hearings, such as cases about the guardianship of the children, were carried out remotely.
she added: "Disadvantaged people often find it very difficult to engage, you could call a parent, the go not your call and answer your statement but one thing that you do is before the court.
"There you can talk with them and explain what happened. This is incredibly important. "'Deep
worried'Since 2010, 164 magistrates' courts, 90 county courts, 17 Family courts, and eight crown courts.
The Money saved by the closures was invested in digital services, to reduce the dependence of the physical hearings as part of the.
For criminal matters, video technology saved thousands of hours of police time travelling to and from court and encouraged to report more vulnerable witnesses, themselves.
there were concerns about urgent orders to remove newborn babies from their mother in the hospital, which had to be made over the phone, because of the lockdown restrictions.
A Family lawyer who does not want to be named, told The Bbc she was separated into a separate negotiation in which one party was the connection, and the judges chosen by chance, A Stranger in The Call .Domestic violence cases are among those found in isolated Family Court proceedings
The Nuffield consultation noted was saved at the time of formal hearings and a number of Domestic violence victims of remote consultations less "daunting".
Other responses called for clear guidelines to avoid disturbing scenarios, such as a supposed victim is Left Alone on the same line as the alleged perpetrator.
An independent review of how the civil justice system was coping during the pandemic was through the Civil Justice Council.'Face-to-Face'
A lack of access to The Internet , the most suitable technique or private space were also highlighted by non-profit groups and advocates.
"A justice system not configured, in the case of a global pandemic, the response is The Model for an effective system in a post-pandemic world," Mr Cooke, who also sits on The Committee of the Resolution, Said .Family lawyer Edward Cooke warned, virtual hearings were "Absolutely Not a panacea,"
Community consultation, the centre for justice Innovation, is an independent service that will help you directs defendants at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court, with the advantages of addiction and Mental Health problems and other issues, but their offices were closed during lockdown.
head of innovative practice, Claire Ely, Said : "The People we support first, please inform yourself about our service because you will find our office When you come in to the court, or because of a apply of our employees to you, if you wait in the area or to the custody.
"With The Shift to virtual consultations, it is not just the same Chance. "
Mary Marvel, a legal information website, Advicenow remote control, Said hearings could access a "large barrier" for more vulnerable people, in particular those with limited internet.
HM courts and Tribunals Service Said it would use "continue to work closely with the judicial technology and keep the judiciary, during the pandemic".
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