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ARTICLE 5
Supreme Court
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30
ARTICLE 5

SUPREME COURT
Section 140. Division of state into judicial districts.

140-a. Number of supreme court justices in each judicial

district.

140-b. General jurisdiction of supreme court.

141. Designation of supreme court justices to hold court in

another county.

147. Holding special and trial terms.

147-a. Powers of justice of supreme court.

148. Trial term may be held in parts.

149. Governor may appoint extraordinary terms and name

justices to hold them.

150. Printing calendars in certain counties.

151. Publishing calendars in Monroe county.

152. Publishing calendars in Erie county.

153. Records kept by special deputy clerks shall be part of

records of supreme court.

154. Duty of supreme court justices in first judicial district

to enforce rules made by appellate division of first

department.

155. Supreme court seal.

156. Appointment of special deputy clerks for the supreme

court in Queens county.

158. Appointment of calendar clerk for Westchester county in

the ninth judicial district.

158-a. Appointment of calendar clerk for Dutchess county in the

ninth judicial district.

158-b. Appointment of calendar clerk for Schenectady county in

the fourth judicial district.

158-c. Appointment of calendar clerk for Putnam county and other

necessary assistants.

160. Appointment of temporary stenographer where official

stenographer fails to attend term.

161. Amount spent for services of temporary stenographer to be

deducted from salary of official stenographer.

162. Justice of supreme court to certify amount of expenses of

stenographer attending term.

163. Justices of supreme court in third and fourth judicial

districts to certify to the department of taxation and

finance amount of salaries and expenses of

stenographers.

164. Emergency stenographers in criminal cases.

165. Power of supreme court justices in Nassau county to

appoint law stenographers and typists.

165-a. Power of supreme court justices in Dutchess county to

appoint law stenographers and typists.

165-b. Power of supreme court justices in Rockland county to

appoint law stenographers and typists.

165-c. Power of supreme court justices in Putnam county to

appoint law stenographers and typists.

165-d. Power of supreme court justices in Orange county to

appoint law stenographers and typists.

165-e. Power of supreme court justices in Westchester county to

appoint secretarial assistants.

166. Power of supreme court justices in first judicial

district to appoint attendants for supreme court.

167. Powers of supreme court justices in the third judicial

district residing in Albany and Rensselaer counties to

appoint confidential court attendants.

168. Power of supreme court justices in Kings, Queens,

Richmond, Nassau and Suffolk counties to appoint court

officers.

168*2. Classification of certain attendants.

169. Continuation in office of certain attendants and clerks.

170. Power of supreme court justices in Rockland county to

appoint court officer or attendant.

171. Powers of supreme court justices residing in Erie county

to appoint court officers to attend terms.

172. Power of supreme court justices residing in Kings and

Queens counties to appoint interpreters.

173. Power of supreme court justices residing in Erie county

together with county judge of Erie county to appoint

criers.

173-a. Power of supreme court justices in Erie county to appoint

a secretary and junior secretaries to such justices.

173-b. Power of supreme court justices of the eight judicial

district to appoint a confidential law assistant to

such justices.

173-c. Power of supreme court trial justices of eighth judicial

district to appoint stenographers.

174. Maintenance of supreme court house building in Kings

county.