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Jury trials suspended in England over coronavirus

Reuters Monday, 23 March 2020
The head of the judiciary in England and Wales on Monday ordered all jury trials to be suspended to allow new systems to be brought in to cope with government instructions for Britons to avoid unnecessary contact to prevent spreading coronavirus.
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