New York lawmakers had their first opportunity Friday to publicly prod Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks about efforts to keep lawyers, workers and members of the public safe from the coronavirus in state courthouses.
Those questions came during a legislative hearing into the issues tied to the reopening of New York courts—a source of continued criticism for the state court system.
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