Court Officers and New York State Courts personnel participate in a procession and ceremony on Centre St. Tuesday to remember those who died on September 11th, 2001 during the attack on the World Trade Center.
The New York State Courts Pipe and Drum Band marches in a procession on Centre St.
Court Officers pay tribute to those who died on September 11th. Three Court Officers were killed that day.

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The New York State Courts Pipe and Drum Band plays in the lobby of 111 Centre St.
Sgt. Richardd Kuhner places flowers after a ceremony at 111 Centre St.
People place white flowers after a ceremony at 111 Centre St.

Several hundred New York City court officers, wearing their dress uniforms or kilts, marched on Centre Street near Foley Square to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the World Trade Center attack.

A light mist fell as they marched into the lobby of 111 Centre St. where the notes of Amazing Grace echoed through the silent halls. After a moment of silence, white-gloved court officers and court personnel placed flowers near a memorial to Senior Court Officers Thomas Jurgens and Mitchel Scott Wallace and Capt. William Thompson who died in the attack.