On the same day that Gov. Phil Murphy relaxed lockdown restrictions on casinos, indoor dining and large gatherings, the New Jersey Judiciary moved to its next phase of resuming court functions and allowing staff to return.

On Monday, Phase 2 of the Judiciary’s Post-Pandemic Plan, which allows for 10% to 15% of judges and staff to return to court facilities and certain matters that cannot proceed remotely to be conducted onsite, kicked in.

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