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Attorney Kenneth Vercammen. Kenneth Vercammen of Kenneth Vercammen & Associates. Photo: YouTube

As New Jersey municipal courts struggle to keep proceedings moving during the COVID-19 pandemic, some lawyers say a downturn in case volume is hitting them in the pocketbook.

Municipal court proceedings in New Jersey have been held remotely via Zoom or telephone since April. More recently, municipal courts have received the OK to hold in-person trials if they comply with the judiciary’s regulations concerning facilities and security, but lawyers who were interviewed knew of no such trials taking place.

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Charles Toutant

Charles Toutant is a litigation writer for the New Jersey Law Journal.

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