2006 New York Code - Laws: Judiciary : (140 - 174) Supreme Court

Article 5 - SUPREME COURT
140 - Division of state into judicial districts.
140-A - Number of supreme court justices in each judicial district.
140-B - General jurisdiction of supreme court.
141 - Designation of supreme court justices to hold court in another county.
147 - Holding special and trial terms.
147-A - Powers of justice of supreme court.
148 - Trial term may be held in parts.
149 - Governor may appoint extraordinary terms and name justices to hold them.
150 - Printing calendars in certain counties.
151 - Publishing calendars in Monroe county.
152 - Publishing calendars in Erie county.
153 - Records kept by special deputy clerks shall be part of records of supreme court.
154 - Duty of supreme court justices in first judicial district to enforce rules made by appellate division of first department.
155 - Supreme court seal.
156 - Appointment of special deputy clerks for the supreme court in Queens county.
158 - Appointment of calendar clerk for Westchester county in the ninth judicial district.
158-A - Appointment of calendar clerk for Dutchess county in the ninth judicial district.
158-B - Appointment of calendar clerk for Schenectady county in the fourth judicial district.
158-C - Appointment of calendar clerk for Putnam county and other necessary assistants.
160 - Appointment of temporary stenographer where official stenographer fails to attend term.
161 - Amount spent for services of temporary stenographer to be deducted from salary of official stenographer.
162 - Justice of supreme court to certify amount of expenses of stenographer attending term.
163 - Justices of supreme court in third and fourth judicial districts to certify to the department of taxation and finance amount of salaries and expenses
164 - Emergency stenographers in criminal cases.
165 - Power of supreme court justices in Nassau county to appoint law stenographers and typists.
165-A - Power of supreme court justices in Dutchess county to appoint law stenographers and typists.
165-B - Power of supreme court justices in Rockland county to appoint law stenographers and typists.
165-C - Power of supreme court justices in Putnam county to appoint law stenographers and typists.
165-D - Power of supreme court justices in Orange county to appoint law stenographers and typists.
165-E - Power of supreme court justices in Westchester county to appoint secretarial assistants.
166 - Power of supreme court justices in first judicial district to appoint attendants for supreme court.
167 - Powers of supreme court justices in the third judicial district residing in Albany and Rensselaer counties to appoint confidential court attendants.
168 - Power of supreme court justices in Kings, Queens, Richmond, Nassau and Suffolk counties to appoint court officers.
168*2 - Classification of certain attendants.
169 - Continuation in office of certain attendants and clerks.
170 - Power of supreme court justices in Rockland county to appoint court officer or attendant.
171 - Powers of supreme court justices residing in Erie county to appoint court officers to attend terms.
172 - Power of supreme court justices residing in Kings and Queens counties to appoint interpreters.
173 - Power of supreme court justices residing in Erie county together with county judge of Erie county to appoint criers.
173-A - Power of supreme court justices in Erie county to appoint a secretary and junior secretaries to such justices.
173-B - Power of supreme court justices of the eight judicial district to appoint a confidential law assistant to such justices.
173-C - Power of supreme court trial justices of eighth judicial district to appoint stenographers.
174 - Maintenance of supreme court house building in Kings county.

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