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SECTION 700.25
Eavesdropping warrants; determination of application
Criminal Procedure (CPL) CHAPTER 11-A, PART 3, TITLE T, ARTICLE 700
§ 700.25 Eavesdropping warrants; determination of application.

1. If the application conforms to section 700.20, the justice may
require the applicant to furnish additional testimony or documentary
evidence in support of the application. He may examine, under oath, any
person for the purpose of determining whether grounds exist for the
issuance of the warrant pursuant to section 700.15. Any such
examination must be either recorded or summarized in writing.

2. If the justice determines on the basis of the facts submitted by
the applicant that grounds exist for the issuance of an eavesdropping
warrant pursuant to section 700.15, the justice may grant the
application and issue an eavesdropping warrant, in accordance with
section 700.30.

3. If the application does not conform to section 700.20, or if the
justice is not satisfied that grounds exist for the issuance of an
eavesdropping warrant, the application must be denied.