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SECTION 700.70
Eavesdropping warrants; notice before use of evidence
Criminal Procedure (CPL) CHAPTER 11-A, PART 3, TITLE T, ARTICLE 700
§ 700.70 Eavesdropping warrants; notice before use of evidence.

The contents of any intercepted communication, or evidence derived
therefrom, may not be received in evidence or otherwise disclosed upon a
trial of a defendant unless the people, within fifteen days after
arraignment and before the commencement of the trial, furnish the
defendant with a copy of the eavesdropping warrant, and accompanying
application, under which interception was authorized or approved. This
fifteen day period may be extended by the trial court upon good cause
shown if it finds that the defendant will not be prejudiced by the
delay in receiving such papers.