Broward Circuit has been testing its ability to conduct online jury selection, and the verdict is in. Despite some technical hiccups, a few moments of tedium and weak excuses not to participate, online jury trials appear to be a viable alternative to in-person proceedings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

That’s according to a newsletter from Chief Judge Jack Tuter, which said “Happily, only one juror appeared in the juror parking lot.”

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