The U.S. Supreme Court’s private conference, where the justices meet to discuss pending cases, occurred Friday in a new world, where personal interaction—”judicial” handshakes included—is avoided.

The justices met Friday—some remotely, by telephone—for their private conference in which they comb through petitions and other matters. But this time, the justices had decided to suspend, temporarily, their traditional handshakes with each other.

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