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, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Connecticut's Constitution is unique: Alone among its counterparts, it guarantees that each lawyer picking a jury will have the right to question potential jurors individually. But it does not follow from this right that all other jurors should be sequestered during that questioning. Connecticut lawmakers could save a fortune and speed the administration of justice by eliminating routine individual sequestered ivoir dire/i.