An appeal before the New Jersey Supreme Court on the constitutionality of remote grand juries presents a special test of the court’s impartiality, since it concerns a program devised by the state court system itself.

Cases touching on the court’s own business inevitably face questions about impartiality, but  there’s no alternative when the court hears a case under the so-called jurisdiction of necessity, some law professors said.

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