Although there’s no mandate from high-level Texas judicial leaders, courts in some Texas counties have seen the most recent spike in COVID-19 infections and reacted by canceling in-person jury trials—or moving them online.

Current orders from the Texas Supreme Court and guidance from the Texas Office of Court Administration have left it up to county judicial leaders to talk to their local health authorities and make decisions about their virus response.

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