In the fall, all eyes were on the Bronx to see how a city ravaged by coronavirus and on the verge of a second wave would handle an attempt at normalcy with New York City’s first coronavirus-era civil jury trial.
The verdict – for a moment in time – was a win for the justice system.
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Lawyers said they hope the courts are able to scale up and hold more trials at once — only a handful of civil jury trials were held this week in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island, with more coming in Queens and Manhattan next week—but questioned how it could happen logistically. Continue Reading