2016 New York Laws
CNT - County
Article 18-B - (County) REPRESENTATION OF PERSONS ACCUSED OF CRIME OR PARTIES BEFORE THE FAMILY COURT OR SURROGATE'S COURT
722-F - Annual reports.
722-f. Annual reports. 1. A public defender appointed pursuant to article eighteen-A of this chapter, a private legal aid bureau or society designated by a county or city pursuant to subdivision two of section seven hundred twenty-two of this chapter, and an administrator of a plan of a bar association appointed pursuant to subdivision three of section seven hundred twenty-two of this chapter shall file an annual report with the judicial conference at such times and in such detail and form as the judicial conference may direct.
2. (a) The county executive or chief executive officer of each county or, in the case of a county wholly contained within a city, such city shall file an annual report which specifies in detail and certifies to the office of indigent legal services the total expenditures of such county or city, identifying "local funds", as defined in paragraph (c) of subdivision two of section ninety-eight-b of the state finance law, state funds, federal funds and funds received from a "private source" as described in subdivision two of section ninety-eight-b of the state finance law, for providing legal representation to persons who were financially unable to afford counsel, pursuant to this article. Such annual report shall be made on a form developed for such purpose by the office of indigent legal services.
(b) Such annual report, detailing expenditures for the period January first through December thirty-first of the previous calendar year, shall be filed on or before the first day of March of each year.
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