New York Consolidated Laws, Criminal Procedure Law - CPL § 182.40 Approval by the chief administrator of the courts




<[Expires and deemed repealed Sept. 1, 2017, pursuant to L.1993, c. 689, § 2]>

1. The appropriate administrative judge shall submit to the chief administrator of the courts a written proposal for the use of electronic appearance in his or her jurisdiction.  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 appearances as intended.

3. The chief administrator of the courts shall issue rules governing the use of electronic appearances.





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