A lawyer accidentally used a cat-themed video filter during a virtual court session in the 394th district of Texas. He was briefly unable to turn the filter off and required technical assistance.
Attorney Rod Ponton, 69, had trouble removing a filter when he presented himself in virtual court in the 394th District of Texas Tuesday morning in Alpine, Texas. For about a minute, he appeared on Zoom as a talking cat. The video was captured from a court livestream and later posted to social media.
The forfeiture case in 394th Judicial District Court involved virtual court appearance because of the COVID-19 pandemic with all court sessions occurring via Zoom.
"I'm not a cat": Video shows lawyer can't turn off kitten filter during Zoom court appearance. https://t.co/VevS0o5CJj
— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 9, 2021
During a virtual court proceeding on Tuesday in the 394th Judicial District Court in Brewster County, Texas, attorney Rod Ponton logged on to the meeting with a cat filter emblazoned across his screen. https://t.co/y1mcmEL9U9
— ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago) February 9, 2021
Attorney Rod Ponton is now laughing over his Zoom fail when he couldn’t remove his cat filter for court. https://t.co/YJbGS5NAMe
— FOX 7 Austin (@fox7austin) February 9, 2021
— The Verge (@verge) February 9, 2021
^^ MOBILE? USE VOICE MIC ^^
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