With COVID-19 infections surging across the nation, some court systems have been calling off jury trials in hopes of containing the spread of the virus. Some others are taking a wait-and-see approach or allowing decisions to be made on the local level.

In some states, the rise in infections has prompted court officials to shut down jury trials soon after a first round of trial restrictions was lifted.

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