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The Midtown Community Court, which opened its doors in Times Square in 1993 in an effort to provide alternatives to incarceration for low-level offenders, celebrated its 20th anniversary Monday at the Morgan Library & Museum in Manhattan. The court’s success paved the way for the founding of its parent organization, the Center for Court Innovation, in 1996.

Pictured, from left, are Errol Lewis of NY1, who hosted the event; John Feinblatt, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s chief policy adviser, who was the court’s founding director; Pat Schoenfeld, widow of Broadway theater owner Gerald Schoenfeld, who helped attract initial support and funding for the court; Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman; former Midtown Community Court client Nicolet Robinson; and Greg Berman, director of the Center for Court Innovation.

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