New York City officially entered Phase Two of the COVID-19 reopening plan on Monday, and Chief Judge Janet DiFiore announced that day that the City’s court system will do the same on Wednesday.

“In New York City, our judges and professional staff have been back at work in their assigned courthouses since June 10, coinciding with the City’s entry into Phase One of economic reopening, and all has been going well,” Chief Judge DiFiore said.

As the court system in New York City prepares to enter Phase Two on Wednesday, people protested outside of 141 Livingston St., the Housing Court in Brooklyn, demanding that the moratorium on evictions be extended through the end of the year. Photo: Rob Abruzzese/Brooklyn Eagle New York City officially […]


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