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RULES CHANGE—AGAIN – Two weeks ago, lawyers in several states had options when it came to wearing masks. But a spike in coronavirus cases has meant mandatory mask use in courthouses across the nation. In Connecticut, for instance, Robert Storace reports that visitors to the state’s three federal courthouses will have to wear masks. Similar mandates took effect in Florida, as court administrators balance public safety and judicial efficiency, raising questions about the ability to continue in-person jury trials.

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