What may have been the first in-person jury selection to take place since the coronavirus shuttered courthouses across the nation began Tuesday in Ashland County, Ohio, but ended abruptly after the defendant experienced difficulty breathing and had to be helped out of the courtroom.

Now the defendant and the defense attorney are both under quarantine, and the trial has been pushed back until mid-May.

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