Canady marks ‘milestone’ felony jury trial in Flagler County, notes safe practices in place for expanded court proceedings
Jury selection began this morning in Bunnell for a felony jury trial in Flagler County. In-person jury trials were suspended more than five months ago in response to the public health emergency.
“Resuming jury trials is an important milestone for Florida’s courts and the people we serve,” said Chief Justice Charles Canady. “Chief Judge Raul Zambrano and Circuit Judge Terence Perkins prepared carefully for the safe conduct of this proceeding in Flagler County, along with all the justice partners involved. I appreciate the care taken to follow evidence-based best practices for this trial and elsewhere around the state as courts continue to work diligently.”
The in-person trial begun today in the Seventh Judicial Circuit’s Flagler County complies with standards for courts to operate to the extent consistent with public safety.
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