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Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, foreground third from right, and Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, foreground, second left, observe a virtual arraignment at Criminal Court in New York last month. State courts are moving to virtual court operations. New York Unified Court System via AP Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, right in coat, and Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, holding a coat, observe a virtual arraignment at Criminal Court in New York. Gradually all state courts are moving to virtual court operations. New York Unified Court System via AP

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, administrative judges for New York’s Fourth, Eighth and Ninth Judicial Districts announced this week that virtual court operations will be up and running in all covered municipalities starting April 6.

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Michael Marciano

Michael Marciano is bureau chief of the Connecticut Law Tribune. He can be reached by email or call 646-957-3022. On Twitter: @BreakingCTLaw

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