New York’s top court is expected hear in-person arguments on a case June 2, a move that comes after the Capital Region met COVID-19 reopening benchmarks outlined by state officials, according to a court spokesman.
Arguments in four cases are scheduled to be heard June 2, but only one of those cases is expected to be heard in person, said Court of Appeals spokesman Gary Spencer on Wednesday. The other three cases are expected to hold arguments remotely, he said.
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