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LIRR pains no longer an excuse for potential Suffolk jurors

Helena Williams, president of the Long Island Railroad,

Helena Williams, president of the Long Island Railroad, left, introduces LIRR medical director Dr. John Clarke at the Mineola train station. (July 15, 2010) Photo Credit: Craig Ruttle

 LIRR president Helena Williams announced Monday that starting in September the railroad will adjust its service to and from Riverhead to best accommodate prospective jurors traveling to and from Riverhead's various court buildings.

Due to the planned service to the Greenport line, the sole weekday train arrives in Riverhead at 9:47 a.m. -- too late for jurors summoned at 9 a.m. Starting Sept. 13, an eastbound train will arrive at Riverhead at 8:55 a.m. -- across the street from the State Supreme Court building and three-quarters of a mile from Suffolk County Court.

>> Read Alfonso A. Castillo's full story

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