A notice mailed to prospective jurors shows the Connecticut Judicial Branch “exploring” the option of having individuals appear for jury service remotely, using videoconferencing technologies.
The notice asks potential jurors if they have internet access in a private space where they wouldn’t be interrupted, and whether they could be part of a jury through videoconferencing at a location outside the courthouse.
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