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Connecticut Supreme Court building in Hartford. Connecticut Supreme Court building in Hartford. Photo by Michael Marciano.

The COVID-19 virus has inflicted major damage to the operation of the Connecticut judicial system and the injury is far from complete. The fear of a spike in the rate of infection as the fall and winter seasons approach could result in additional substantial impairment of judicial branch functions. Notwithstanding these looming dangers, the members of the legal community need to acknowledge the heroism of those judicial branch employees who remained at their posts in the teeth of the storm this spring.

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