New York Judiciary Law - JUD

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  • Article 1. Short Title
  • Article 2. General Provisions Relating to Courts and Judges
  • Article 2-A. State Commission on Judicial Conduct
  • Article 3. Court of Appeals
  • Article 3-A. Commission on Judicial Nomination
  • Article 4. Appellate Division
  • Article 4-A. Official Referees
  • Article 5. Supreme Court
  • Article 5-A. The City Court of the City of New York
  • Article 5-B. Special Narcotics Parts of the Supreme Court in Cities with a Population of One Million or More
  • Article 6. The Surrogates' Courts
  • Article 6-A. County Judges, Surrogates and Certain District Attorneys
  • Article 7. County Court
  • Article 7-A. Judicial Administration
  • Article 7-B. Compensation of Judges and Justices of the Unified Court System
  • Article 7-C. Of the Court for the Trial of Impeachments
  • Article 7-D. Internal Control Responsibilities of the Judiciary
  • Article 8. Clerks
  • Article 9. Stenographers
  • Article 10-A. Grand Jury Stenographers
  • Article 10. Attendants, Officers and Messengers
  • Article 11. Criers
  • Article 12. Interpreters
  • Article 13. Sheriffs and Constables
  • Article 13-A. Judicial Proceedings for the Removal of Public Officers by Impeachment
  • Article 14. Law Reporting
  • Article 15. Attorneys and Counsellors
  • Article 16. Selection of Jurors
  • Article 19. Contempts
  • Article 20. Collection of Fines
  • Article 20-A. Remission of Fines and Forfeitures
  • Article 21. Court Libraries
  • Article 21-A. Community Dispute Resolution Centers Program
  • Article 21-B. Justice Court Assistance Program
  • Article 22. Judicial Hearing Officers
  • Article 23. Laws Repealed;  When to Take Effect

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