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Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner

We are all clearly heartened by the renewed activity in our judicial system after the nearly complete shutdown necessitated by the onslaught of the coronavirus. Now with the expanding use of electronic filing and videoconferencing, pretrial and post-trial proceedings and appeals  are back in action. It is such a relief to once again see our judges and their court staff and our colleagues, albeit via Zoom or Skype, and not in person. It is especially wonderful that our court system has put human safety first in its operations but adapted the system to move forward.

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