Federal courts are getting creative in seeking to restart jury trials, and for some, that means outdoor settings and virtual proceedings are on the table.
Minimizing Risk: Even courts able to move forward with in-person trials as conditions in their communities improve are doing so cautiously, adapting proceedings to minimize risk.
Frustration Builds: “It’s frustrating to see these cases building up,” Western District of Washington Chief Judge Ricardo Martinez says. “We have to do something.” Madison Alder and Holly Barker report.
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