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Courts Are Working Through Backlogs In Criminal Cases Postponed Due To The Pandemic

Attorney David Shrager explains why some case proceedings were postponed during the pandemic, and how courts are now getting around to the backlog.

In the wake of the pandemic, many criminal courts, including the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, are returning to in-person trials and are facing a buildup of cases from the last year. David Shrager, a criminal defense attorney and managing partner of the Shrager Defense Attorneys in the Pittsburgh area, says that while some cases in Allegheny County did go forward in the past year, others have been accumulating.

Read or listen to the interview at:

https://www.wesa.fm/show/the-confluence/2021-07-26/courts-are-working-through-backlogs-in-criminal-cases-postponed-due-to-the-pandemic