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A former Upstate grand juror detailed his experience and shared his concerns about the process after reading a recent story by The Post and Courier Greenville. He said the group would sometimes vote on dozens of cases at a time, and had virtually no information about the vast majority charges.

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The council's 8-4 vote to compel all meetings be held online due to the spread of coronavirus is effective through the end of September, meaning the council -- a group that sets local policy for a half-million people -- could effectively avoid in-person meetings until its Oct. 6 regular meeting. Before the vote, the council and its committees had the option to meet in person. 

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