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Select courtrooms at the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center were fitted with glass in front of seats in July as an added precaution against the spread of COVID-19. July 9. Photo: Ellen Bardash/ALM

More than three months since Delaware’s judiciary first declared a state of emergency, state courts have reported there likely won’t be much of a case load to catch up on as courthouse activity ramps back up.

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