As if going back and forth between in-person and virtual proceedings isn’t challenging enough, some parent jurists are also having to lug extra “witnesses” in tow.
As COVID-19 surges complicate returns to in-person learning in classrooms across the nation, some parents say they’ve had little choice but to bring their children to the firm or court.
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