2006 New York Code - Laws: Judiciary : (400 - 411-b) Sheriffs And Constables

400 - Sheriff may command power of county to overcome resistance.
401 - Sheriff must certify to court names of persons resisting execution of mandate.
402 - Sheriff or deputy to attend term of appellate division.
403 - Sheriff must notify constables and deputies to attend terms.
404 - Sheriff or constable not required to attend special term supreme court in certain cases.
405 - Sheriff need not attend or designate officers to attend terms of courts in Erie county unless requested.
406 - Sheriff, deputy or constable must act as crier when directed by court.
407 - Deputy sheriff must attend court as notified.
408 - Designation by sheriff of Monroe county of attendants for supreme and county courts.
409 - Designation by sheriff of Onondaga county of court attendants for supreme and county courts.
410 - Appointment of court attendants in Oneida county.
411-A - Court attendant in Herkimer county.
411-B - Designation by sheriff of Dutchess county of attendants for certain courts in such county.

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