In many parts of the country, courts are getting jury trials back into full swing. Still, even at this stage of the pandemic, the effects of COVID-19 on trials go further than socially distanced jury boxes and judges behind sneeze guards.

Jury consultants and litigators say the coronavirus is continuing to shape who makes it onto juries and how they are voting.

Are Jurors Too Scared to Serve?

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