Ulster’s justice system has adapted to virus restrictions, but jury trials still on hold

“The shut down due to Covid was a drastic change, as I’m sure it was to most everyone,” said District Attorney Dave Clegg. “The difficulty in our world is that crime continued to happen, and by some measures increased, during the time of the shutdown. That has created a backlog of cases . . .


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