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ARTICLE 13
Sheriffs and Constables
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30
ARTICLE 13

SHERIFFS AND CONSTABLES
Section 400. Sheriff may command power of county to overcome

resistance.

401. Sheriff must certify to court names of persons resisting

execution of mandate.

402. Sheriff or deputy to attend term of appellate division.

403. Sheriff must notify constables and deputies to attend

terms.

404. Sheriff or constable not required to attend special term

supreme court in certain cases.

405. Sheriff need not attend or designate officers to attend

terms of courts in Erie county unless requested.

406. Sheriff, deputy or constable must act as crier when

directed by court.

407. Deputy sheriff must attend court as notified.

408. Designation by sheriff of Monroe county of attendants for

supreme and county courts.

409. Designation by sheriff of Onondaga county of court

attendants for supreme and county courts.

410. Appointment of court attendants in Oneida county.

411-a. Court attendant in Herkimer county.

411-b. Designation by sheriff of Dutchess county of attendants

for certain courts in such county.