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Justice Slowly Returns To Foley Square As Elevator Fixes Reduce Courtroom Switches

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 2 – The Federal courthouse at 40 Foley Square continues to have one elevator banks out of service, those from the basement to the 5th floor on the Pearl Street side, but three out of four in the front have now been restored, as have most cases in 40 Foley.

    On January 2 at 11 am Inner City Press, which reports on cases in both buildings, went yet again to cover some cases listed as taking place in 40 Foley. There is found Judge Paul G. Gardephe reading out a long decision on the 7th floor; across the hall Judge Oetken's door still had a sign referring people to 12B in 500 Pearl.

  Up on the 13th door neither Judge Carter nor Engelmayer had a sign; on 11, Judge Furman still pointed people to 11B, and Judge Schofield to 110 in 40 Foley.

  Part I Judge Broderick, whose bail grant to Virgil Griffith has yet to be implemented, had his lights on but still a sign pointing to 15A. But over in 15C, a sign said Judge Caproni has returned to 443 in 40 Foley. And that seems to be the trend.

    There still remains a "we're all in this together" spirit, notable about more usual complaints, from Wall Street to Turtle Bay. More on Patreon here. Inner City Press will continue on these beats. 


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