With Connecticut courts not expected to resume jury selection and jury trials until later this year or sometime in 2021, some law firms are using the time to get an edge on how jurors will view a variety of issues post-pandemic.

The firms are turning to new focus groups to gauge the opinions of potential jurors on issues that might emerge after the global crisis, touching on attitudes toward medical professionals and health insurance.

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