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Administrative Judge Norman St. George greets prospective grand jurors last month, for the first time in nearly four months, as courts outside of New York City continue to gradually increase in-person operations. Photo: Courtesy of NY Courts Nassau County Administrative Judge Norman St. George greets prospective grand jurors last month, for the first time in nearly four months, as courts continue to gradually increase in-person operations. Photo: Courtesy of NY Courts

The Commission to Reimagine the Future of New York’s Courts, chaired by former New York State Bar Association President Henry M. Greenberg, issued a report Wednesday outlining recommended plans and goals for restarting in-person court proceedings, including grand juries and jury trials.

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