Indiana state courts have been open for jury trials since July 1, and major civil jury trials are being held. The procedures in Warsaw, Indiana, for a week-long trial: Jurors one seat apart. Everyone is masked except those speaking. Lawyers addressing the jury without masks must stand at a podium 10 feet from the jury. This level of restrictions would be insufficient in most federal courts and in many states. The trial team’s takeaway, in an analysis they published: During the pandemic, it is important not to waste the jury’s time with unnecessary testimony. We generally find this to be true in more normal times as well.