Here’s a foreseeable future state of affairs. Soon right after you get your jury summons in the mail, you acquire a SurveyMonkey connection. Less than oath—a checkbox and e-signature sufficed—you reply several issues not just about your own track record but also your Wi-Fi connectivity. Do you solemnly swear that you have household broadband?
Now you have been chosen as a juror, and you and eleven friends are asked to swear a further oath more than Zoom. A number of participants—the choose, the litigants, the defendant—are sitting down in the courtroom, but all people else is watching on a screen.