First Hennepin County Jury Trial Since Pandemic Results in Quarantine for Judge, Staff

"The first jury trial since the COVID-19 hiatus has resulted in quarantine for the Hennepin County district judge presiding over it, after a member of her staff tested positive for the coronavirus.

Judge Kerry Meyer said she has been in quarantine since Monday, only a few days after the trial was held as part of Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea’s phased-in return to the state’s courtrooms following a three-month pause prompted by the pandemic."



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