Dozens, if not hundreds, of friends and family members dialed into the conference-call arraignment Monday of attorney Urooj Rahman, who has been indicted on charges of arson and use of explosives, among other offenses, in connection with the May 30 Molotov cocktail attack on an unoccupied New York City Police Department vehicle in Brooklyn.

Rahman, who worked as a tenants’ attorney in Bronx Housing Court before her arrest, pleaded not guilty before U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Cheryl Pollak of the Eastern District of New York during a brief hearing plagued by background noise, as has become commonplace in virtual court appearances.

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