Just one of the outcomes from the pandemic.
Government and business have adjusted to how they are functioning in the midst of a pandemic. Many of these changes have revolved around remote work. E-government has gotten a big boost, too, with the goal being to help eliminate the need for citizens to have more direct, in-person contact when accessing government services.
It's likely that many have not thought about how the court system can operate in a less than "in-person" mode, but COVID-19 has provided some creativity and efficiencies. See this Government Technology article, "Will COVID-19 Cause Long-Term Tech Changes for Courts?"