Federal Judge Douglas Woodlock is giving instructions to the jury members in Courtroom One in The Moakley Federal Courthouse at this hour.
The judge is explaining that a person ''acted up'' during the jury selection during the zoom feed by taking photographs, which is a violation of Federal Rules.
Woodlock says those watching on Zoom are to have their video feed, and audio off.
Woodlock says there will be no bias shown on zoom, or by those in the courtroom, which is limited to 26 persons.
Woodlock tells the jury that opening statements are not evidence, and that they will not be given notebooks until the statements are finished.
Woodlock says some jury members take excellent notes and they are not be shared.