A Massachusetts task force is working to moderate the state’s rule barring attorneys from contacting jurors after a verdict — a ban that may be the most restrictive in the nation.

“Lawyers have no other way of gauging their effectiveness,” said Kathy Cook, an associate at Keches & Mallen in Taunton, Mass., and vice chairwoman of the 14-member task force, which includes judges and law professors.

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