Welcome to the latest in our ‘Holding Court’ series where the Lit Daily is exploring the variety of ways the pandemic has changed how the nation’s trial courts conduct their business and the things individual jurists are doing to adjust to whatever the new normal is going to be.
Meet Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court Chief Judge Christopher Brasher, who oversees the 20-judge trial court of plenary jurisdiction serving the 1.2 million people in the county that’s home to Atlanta. The court is twice the size of the state’s next largest superior court.
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