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Peter W. Rodino Federal Office Building at 940 Broad Street in Newark, NJ. Credit: Jim.henderson via Wikimedia Commons Peter W. Rodino Federal Office Building at 940 Broad Street in Newark, New Jersey. Credit: Jim.henderson via Wikimedia Commons

A lawyer’s positive COVID-19 test result, after appearing with his client in a video hearing, shows that technology alone is not enough to ensure the safety of attorneys in court, plaintiffs argue in a suit claiming insufficient health precautions at Newark’s immigration court.

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Charles Toutant

Charles Toutant is a litigation writer for the New Jersey Law Journal.

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