N.Y. Judiciary Law Section 409
Designation by sheriff of Onondaga county of court attendants for supreme and county courts


The sheriff of the county of Onondaga is hereby authorized by and with the consent and approval of the trial justices of the supreme court of the fifth judicial district residing in the county of Onondaga and the county judges of Onondaga county, respectively, to appoint and with the consent of said justices and judges at pleasure to remove not to exceed twenty-nine deputies, at least seven of whom shall be women, to be attendants for the supreme and county courts of Onondaga county, who shall hold office until removal as herein provided and whose duty it shall be to attend the various terms of such courts held in and for the county of Onondaga and act as attendants thereat and perform such other services as shall be required and designated by said trial justices and county judges. They shall have all the powers of constables and shall receive an annual salary to be fixed by the board of supervisors of Onondaga county. If at any term of the supreme or county court held in and for the county of Onondaga additional attendants shall be necessary, the judge presiding at such term shall certify such fact to the sheriff of Onondaga county, and the number of additional attendants required and said sheriff shall appoint temporary attendants in the number specified by said judge to attend said term of court.

Source: Section 409 — Designation by sheriff of Onondaga county of court attendants for supreme and county courts, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/JUD/409 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

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