At oral arguments Monday before the New Jersey Supreme Court, the justices seemed sharply critical of claims that the state’s virtual grand jury program violates the constitutional rights of criminal defendants.

The tenor of their questions for lawyers during the 90-minute hearing suggested the justices were having trouble accepting the appellants’ argument that technical problems related to New Jersey’s use of virtual grand juries rose to the level of a constitutional flaw.

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