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When I talk to Big Law litigators about the viability of conducting civil jury trials remotely, the subject inevitably turns to the make-up of the jury pool. Getting a representative batch of jurors who have the hardware, internet access, and tech savvy to stream court proceedings, they say, will inevitably eliminate some older and poorer jurors. That means one side or the other will likely object to the skewed demographics. 

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Ross Todd

Ross Todd is the Editor/columnist for the Am Law Litigation Daily. He writes about litigation of all sorts. Previously, Ross was the Bureau Chief of The Recorder, ALM's California affiliate. Contact Ross at [email protected] On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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