Attorneys in Central Georgia have almost gone an entire year without trying a case inside a courtroom

Macon, GA – Lawyers say it is exciting to think about going back in person, but it’s also concerning. Every month, a new emergency order hits the table.

In the meantime, courtrooms are still fine tuning policies and procedures for going back in-person.

Even though court officials hope to get people back inside courtrooms soon, they say courts may remain backlogged for months, maybe years.

This story will be updated when new information is available.

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