2006 New York Code - Appointment And Compensation Of Court Interpreters Generally.

    §  386.  Appointment and compensation of court interpreters generally.
  The county judge and the district attorney of the county may appoint one
  interpreter, who shall act as and be  the  court  interpreter  for  such
  county.    Such interpreter shall hold office during the pleasure of the
  county judge and district attorney and they shall appoint his  successor
  in  office.   Said interpreter shall receive a salary to be fixed by the
  board of supervisors of said county, which shall be a  charge  upon  the
  county, to be paid monthly, in the same manner as other county officials
  are  paid. Said interpreter so appointed shall, before entering upon his
  duites, file in the office of the county clerk, the constitutional  oath
  of  office.  The provisions of this section, however, shall not apply to
  the counties of New York, Kings and Queens, nor to any other  county  in
  which  the  appointment or compensation of court interpreters therein is
  governed by a special or local act or by  any  special  provision  of  a
  general act.

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