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Reporter’s Notebook: Inside the Charlottesville Courtroom

U.S. Federal Building in Charlottesville, VA. Photo: Jacqueline Thomsen/ALM

Thursday marked opening statements in the civil jury trial about the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, four years ago in August of 2017. I wrote a bit about my experience going to the federal courthouse for the start of the trial and the security and covid protocols in place, but on Thursday I was the only reporter in the courtroom.

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