The Miami-Dade Circuit Court released an advisory Tuesday acknowledging the Florida Supreme Court’s unprecedented expansion of in-person court proceedings, starting later this month.
“The Florida Supreme Court has established a window from June 21 to Aug. 2 for the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, such as the wearing of masks and social distancing in Florida’s courts,” Chief Circuit Judge Bertila Soto said. “Thanks to this new guidance, we are happy to announce that we will be expanding in-person trials and other court proceedings in the near future.”
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