New York’s state court system is aiming to restart jury trials in a month as key coronavirus figures trend downward statewide.

Court administrators are working to restart jury trials March 22, said state court system spokesman Lucian Chalfen, describing the timeline as a target date. It’s unclear how many jury trials will move forward under the restart, but Chalfen said it would be a limited number.

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