New York is wading through the first days of the new year in the throes of a winter coronavirus surge, injecting further uncertainty over when new jury trials will return to state courts.

The surge presents a familiar and persistent issue for the state court system: Curbing new infections requires people to avoid gathering, but the pre-pandemic criminal justice system, in many ways, operated on person-to-person interactions.

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