2006 New York Code - Laws: Judiciary : (415 - 428) Judicial Proceedings For The Removal Of Public Officers By ImpeachmentArticle 13-A - JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS FOR THE REMOVAL OF PUBLIC OFFICERS BY IMPEACHMENT
415 - Impeachment to be delivered to president of the senate.
416 - Copy of impeachment served on defendant.
417 - Service, how made.
418 - Proceedings, if defendant does not appear.
419 - Defendant may object to sufficiency of, or deny impeachment.
420 - Form of objection or denial.
421 - Proceedings thereon.
422 - Two-thirds necessary to conviction.
423 - Judgment on conviction, how pronounced.
424 - Adoption of resolution.
425 - Nature of the judgment.
426 - Officer, when impeached, disqualified to act until acquitted.
427 - Presiding officer, when president of the senate is impeached.
428 - Impeachment, not a bar to indictment.
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