In a growing number of courts scattered around the country, judges are letting jurors interject questions during trials, prompting responses from lawyers that range from wary to rather hostile.

Paula Hannaford, a senior research analyst at the National Center for State Courts, has heard every gripe in the book. But one of the strangest lawyer complaints is that jurors ask questions about issues the attorney just finished covering.

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