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Special court returns for Hawaii homeless residents

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People listened to, from left, deputy public defender John Foster, Judge Darolyn Lendio (on screen) and deputy prosecutor Mark Tom before their virtual court hearings at the Community Outreach Court held in Maili on Friday.
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Deputy public defender John Foster and deputy prosecutor Mark Tom stood as court convened with Judge Darolyn Lendio at Community Outreach Court in Maili.
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Deputy prosecutor Mark Tom spoke to a woman attending Community Outreach Court in Maili on Friday. The virtual hearings were held at the Villages of Maili so that people who cannot drive or who are homeless can make their appearances to resolve nonviolent crimes such as sleeping in parks or driving without a license.
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Deputy public defender John Foster stood nearby as Judge Darolyn Lendio spoke virtually to Community Outreach Court attendees in Maili on Friday.
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Deputy prosecutor Mark Tom spoke to a group of people attending Community Outreach Court in Maili on Friday,
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Princess Naki gave a virtual high-five to Judge Darolyn Lendio after her remote court hearing through the Community Outreach Court held in Maili on Friday. Naki had completed 14 hours of community service through the Community Outreach Court which cleared numerous violations and fines on her driving record.
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Judge Darolyn Lendio is seen on screen during a hearing at Community Outreach Court in Maili on Friday.