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In a notice to the bar and accompanying order, the Supreme Court has resumed jury trials in September beginning with selected vicinages. Concerns, and in some cases objections, have been raised by professional associations of attorneys, raising constitutional points and practical problems. The court has endeavored, in its prescribed procedures, to address many of the practical problems that might arise in the implementation of jury trials during the middle of an historic pandemic.

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