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A virtual arraignment is conducted at Criminal Court in New York. Gradually all state courts are moving to virtual court operations. Photo: New York Unified Court System via AP A virtual arraignment at Criminal Court in New York. Photo: New York Unified Court System via AP

Following a series of announcements last week that New York’s judicial districts would be moving to virtual services between April 3 and 6, the state’s court system announced Monday that “virtual court” has officially been launched statewide.

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Michael Marciano

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

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