What's it like when courts close for more than two weeks because of a hurricane? Justice returned to the Florida Keys on Wednesday as Monroe County, Fl., held its first bona fide criminal-court hearing since Hurricane Irma forced the evacuation of more than 400 jail inmates and scattered judges, lawyers and support staff away from the island chain, the Miami Herald reports. The cases were called . . .
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