A Notice to Prospective Jurors Hints at What Might Be Next for Connecticut Jury Trials
“One, people will not pay attention,” said Robert Mitchell, a partner with Mitchell & Sheahan on why remote jury trials won’t work. “Two, the court will not have real control over the jury. And three, there is a certain majesty involved with being in the courthouse, and you can’t repeat that by being in the kitchen.”
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