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Queens County Supreme Court. Photo: David Shankbone Queens County Supreme Court. Photo: David Shankbone

Queens County, New York’s first in-person criminal jury trial of 2021 came to a halt after the defense attorney in the case received rapid test results indicating he has COVID-19, according to court officials.

The Legal Aid Society attorney is waiting on the results of a “more reliable” PCR test, Office of Court Administration spokesman Lucian Chalfen said.

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