N.Y. Judiciary Law Section 519
Right of juror to be absent from employment

Any person who is summoned to serve as a juror under the provisions of this article and who notifies his or her employer to that effect prior to the commencement of a term of service shall not, on account of absence from employment by reason of such jury service, be subject to discharge or penalty. An employer may, however, withhold wages of any such employee serving as a juror during the period of such service; provided that an employer who employs more than ten employees shall not withhold the first forty dollars of such juror’s daily wages during the first three days of jury service. Withholding of wages in accordance with this section shall not be deemed a penalty. Violation of this section shall constitute a criminal contempt of court punishable pursuant to section seven hundred fifty of this chapter.

Source: Section 519 — Right of juror to be absent from employment, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/JUD/519 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).

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