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Valva-Pollina trial could be delayed

The murder trial of Michael Valva and Angela Pollina may be delayed. Defense attorneys expressed concerns over coronavirus protocols impacting their clients' rights to a fair trial. The judge will rule later this month. Newsday's Cecilia Dowd reports.  Credit: Kendall Rodriguez; Photo Credit: Courtesy Justyna Zubko-Valva.jpg

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