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A New York City Court Officer walks outside of the Bronx Criminal Court. Photo: Ryland West/ALM

More than 100 black and Latino court officers are said to have been talking extensively since George Floyd’s death, using phones, Facebook messages and online chat forums, about what they say are long-overdue reforms needed to combat systemic and often blatant racism inside the court officer ranks in New York City, according to three veteran black officers.

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Jason Grant

Jason Grant is a staff writer covering legal stories and cases for the New York Law Journal, the National Law Journal and Law.com, and a former practicing attorney. He's written and reported previously for the New York Times, the Star-Ledger, the L.A. Times and other publications. Contact him at jgrant@alm.com. On Twitter, pls find him @JasonBarrGrant

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