Three years after the start of the pandemic forced the federal judiciary to go virtual, what types of proceedings should continue to be held remotely as courts more fully reopen?

The First Circuit—which covers federal courts in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Puerto Rico—has formed a committee to examine the question and craft resources for judges to turn to when weighing whether to hold a hearing virtually.

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