New York’s court system plans to thaw out its coronavirus restrictions, saying it will take initial steps to open up the courts for pending nonessential cases starting Monday.

Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks made the announcement in a memorandum this week to trial court judges and justices. The state court system shut down all nonessential services last month in a pitch to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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