This summer, select Texas trial courts will conduct experiments to determine best practices to start holding jury trials again while keeping all court participants safe from infection by COVID-19.
The experiments will cover ways to conduct jury trials both remotely and in-person — or perhaps a hybrid of both — following guidelines for social distancing and other infection control measures.
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