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BIZTALK: Response From Courts And Prisons

By Staff Reports, posted Apr 27, 2020
District Attorney Ben David, representing New Hanover and Pender counties, discussed on Monday's BizTalk info about how the courts are operating now during the COVID-19 crisis as well as additional updates on the state’s plan for releasing some inmates as the coronavirus impacts prisons.

See the full conversation below.
 
For previous BizTalk videos, go to the Business Journal’s special section on coronavirus coverage here or our Facebook page.

 
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