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Court’s Focus on Jurors Saves Time, Money and Frustration

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Juries play a unique and central role in America’s justice system. But for many prospective jurors who are summoned, federal jury service is anything but exalting. Instead, it can be a long, listless day of waiting, only to be told that the court has more than enough candidates to fill the panel.
In the District of Connecticut, that has changed dramatically.  The court has summoned fewer prospective jurors and more effectively engaged those who come to the courthouse.  
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