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From installing courtroom plexiglass barriers to having jurors sit spaced apart in a huge courtroom gallery to issuing a defendant and his lawyer in-court cellphones for communication, a judge and other New York State Bar Association Annual Meeting panelists on Wednesday discussed how they navigated and pushed their way through the only Queens Supreme Court criminal trial to take place since the pandemic emerged.

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