As massive backlog overwhelms the city's criminal courts, nearly 1,700 people detained at Rikers Island have waited over a year for their cases to go to trial. George Joseph, investigative reporter with WNYC's Public Safety Unit, shares his reporting on Rikers as the pandemic exacerbated underlying issues in the system's bureaucracy. Read his latest piece here.
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