New York Judiciary Law
Sec. § 308
Stenographers Appointed by Justices of Supreme Court to Attend Terms


§ 308. Stenographers appointed by justices of supreme court to attend terms.

1.

The stenographers appointed pursuant to section one hundred and fifty-nine of this chapter, by the justices of the supreme court, residing in the county of Kings, shall severally attend, as directed by the respective justices appointing them, the terms of the appellate division and trial and special terms of the supreme court, in the county of Kings.

2.

Each of the stenographers, appointed pursuant to said section one hundred and fifty-nine, by the justices of the supreme court, for the second judicial district, who do not reside in the county of Kings, must attend as directed by the justice appointing him the trial and special terms of the supreme court, held in the counties of Suffolk, Queens, Nassau and Richmond, or either of them, and, when not thus officially engaged, the stated terms of the county court, in each of those counties.

3.

Each of the stenographers appointed pursuant to said section one hundred and fifty-nine by the justices of the supreme court, for the ninth judicial district must attend, as directed by the justice appointing him, the trial and special terms of the supreme court held in the counties of Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Orange and Rockland, or either of them, and when not thus officially engaged, the stated terms of the county court in each of those counties.

4.

Each of the stenographers appointed pursuant to said section one hundred and fifty-nine, by the justices of the supreme court for each judicial district except the first, second and ninth shall attend such special and trial terms of the supreme court in his judicial district as he shall be assigned to attend by the justices of the supreme court, or a majority of them, for such district.
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