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SECTION 185.40
Approval by the chief administrator of the courts
Criminal Procedure (CPL) CHAPTER 11-A, PART 2, TITLE H, ARTICLE 185
* § 185.40 Approval by the chief administrator of the courts.

1. The appropriate administrative judge shall submit to the chief
administrator of the courts a written proposal for the use of electronic
arraignments for a particular court and the precincts under the
jurisdiction of that court. If the chief administrator of the courts
approves the proposal, installation of an independent audio-visual
system may begin.

2. Upon completion of the installation of an independent audio-visual
system, the commission on cable television shall inspect, test and
examine the independent audio-visual system and certify to the chief
administrator of the courts whether the system complies with the
definition of an independent audio-visual system and is technically
suitable for the conducting of electronic arraignments as intended.

3. The use by a court of an approved independent audio-visual system
for the purpose of authorized electronic arraignments, shall be for a
period of two years from the date of authorization by the chief
administrator of the courts.

4. The chief administrator of the courts may withdraw approval of the
authorization at any time.
* NB Expired September 1, 1983