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Connecticut Judicial Branch building in Hartford. Photo: Google Connecticut Judicial Branch building in Hartford. Photo: Google

As the Connecticut court system enters its 13th month since the pandemic halted jury trials, attorneys are getting frustrated over the backlog in court cases and uncertainty over when trials might resume.

A Connecticut attorney for 28 years, Bill Beckert said he understands the restraints that COVID-19 has put on the Judicial Branch, but still has lots of unanswered questions.

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