Florida Judge Wants Lawyers To Dress Appropriately For Zoom Meetings In a letter published by the Weston Bar Association, Broward County Judge Dennis Bailey wrote one attorney showed up to a meeting without a shirt on. Another was still in bed, under the covers.
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Florida Judge Wants Lawyers To Dress Appropriately For Zoom Meetings

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. In Broward County, Fla., courthouses are continuing some operations with video calls. And one judge has a request for those attorneys showing up to work - put some clothes on. In a letter published by the Weston Bar Association, Judge Dennis Bailey wrote that one attorney showed up to a video meeting without a shirt on; another was still in bed under the covers. Trust me, I get the urge. But a tip for those who want to wear pajamas to work - try radio.

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