As in-person jury trials relaunch this week in New York, lawyers face a balancing act few could have imagined before the pandemic struck.

Along with attempting to stay safe and ensure their clients’ rights and health are protected, attorneys say they’re learning how to practice in oddly arranged courtrooms and hoping jurors are able to set aside their worries about COVID-19 to focus on the evidence.

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