After a two-week trial run in June, a program for trying civil jury cases within a day will get under way this week in Bronx Supreme Court.

So far, attorneys handling 47 tort cases have agreed to use the shortened jury-trial format, in which each side may call only two witnesses and must limit their presentations to one hour, said Justice Barry Salman, the administrative judge in the Bronx.

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