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Can Courts Require Jurors to Be Vaccinated?

As courts begin reopening, judges and attorneys have raised the question of whether jurors' vaccine status could determine whether they serve on a jury. “It’s kind of a hotly debated question, and different districts will handle it differently,” said Dana Sabraw, chief judge of California’s Southern District, in a State of the Court address earlier this year to the San Diego County Bar Association.

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