‘I’m not a cat.’ Lawyer can’t figure out how to turn off kitten filter during Zoom court appearance

“If a child used your computer, before you join a virtual hearing check the Zoom Video Options to be sure filters are off,” a Texas judge said of the incident.

A virtual courtroom hearing came to an abrupt paws in southwest Texas on Tuesday when an attorney inadvertently appeared on screen as a computer-filter-generated cat.

The mundane civil forfeiture hearing took a hilarious turn when Presidio County Attorney Rod Ponton arrived in Zoom court in the form of a fluffy white and brown kitten.

With other lawyers on screen wryly smiling, 394th Judicial District Court Judge Roy Ferguson tried to walk Ponton through keystrokes. Ponton said he was ready to proceed even in his feline form.


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