Courts continue to struggle with inconsistent COVID-19 protocols and pushback on reinstituting in-person proceedings, suggesting that even as the Delta variant shows signs of slowing in the U.S., getting back to normal—or even proceeding with a new normal—many not be possible any time soon.

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Some court systems continue to deal with confusion over mask mandates that have, apparently unbeknownst to some, been in place since summertime.

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