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Albany County District Attorney David Soares speaks at a debate in Colonie, N.Y., on Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. (Photo by Tim Roske) Albany County District Attorney David Soares. (Photo: Tim Roske/ALM)

Grand jury gatherings are being called “simply reckless” by one New York district attorney. A grand jury elsewhere is sidelined for two weeks over a coronavirus infection. And a statewide prosecutors’ association is warning that some grand juries, due to a lack of willing participants, are not able to meet quorum.

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Ryan Tarinelli

Ryan Tarinelli is a reporter at the New York Law Journal. He is based at the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York. He can be reached through email at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter: @ryantarinelli.

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