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Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks.

As we know all too well, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an enormous impact on the justice system in New York, and across the nation. During last spring, and again with the resurgence of the virus last fall and into the winter, the vast majority of in-courthouse proceedings, including jury trials, have been postponed and suspended. Currently, virtual proceedings are the routine mode of conducting court business throughout the state.

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