Eighth Judicial District

Judge Marks Issues Administrative Order 99-20, Adding Essential Matters to Surrogate’s Court

From Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks: Pursuant to the authority vested in me, and at the direction of the Chief Judge, I hereby amend the list of essential proceedings contained in Exh. A of Administrative Order AO/78/20 to include the following additional section, effective May 18, 2020: F. Surrogate’s Court 1. Any matter involving …

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Administrative Order 71-20, Regarding Civil Litigation and Civil Discovery

Keywords: Unified Court System, New York, Courts, Civil Litigation, Civil Discovery, Hon. Lawrence Marks Pursuant to the authority vested in me, I hereby promulgate the following protocols to mitigate the adverse effects of the COYID-19 outbreak upon the practice of civil litigation before the courts of the Unified Court System, effective immediately: Civil Litigation Generally: …

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Judge Marks Issues Administrative Order 73-20, Temporary Orders of Protection Extended Until Re-Calendared

Keywords: Unified Court System, New York, Orders of Protection, Hon. Lawrence Marks, COVID-19 Pursuant to a delegation of authority to me by the Chief Judge of the State of New York in response to the 2020 coronavirus public health emergency in this State, I hereby direct that, effective immediately and until further order, any temporary …

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Judge Feroleto Issues Administrative Order Regarding Temporary Orders of Protection

Keywords: 8th Judicial District, Hon. Paula Feroleto, Orders of Protection It is hereby ORDERED that: All temporary orders of protection issued in all counties in the Eighth Judicial District that are due to expire on a date which the matter may not be heard due to extraordinary circumstances, including a public health emergency, are extended …

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8JD Administrative Order Regarding Family Court

Keywords: Family Court, 8th Judicial District, Hon. Paula Feroleto, DSS PRESENT: Hon. Paula L. Feroleto Administrative Judge of the Eighth Judicial District It is hereby ORDERED that: All Department of Social Services (DSS) suspended judgments, adjournments in contemplation of dismissal (ACD), and orders of supervision issued in all counties in the Eighth Judicial District under …

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New Statewide Courthouse Procedures for the NYS Unified Court System

Be advised that pursuant to Administrative Judicial Order of the New York State Unified Court System, the Courts of New York State have postponed all non-essential functions until further notice. For all Court Outside of New York City, Court matters in each county will be condensed into one location where only ESSENTIAL cases will be …

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8JD Administrative Order from Hon. Paula Feroleto, Outlining Interim Court Procedures

Pursuant to the authority vested in me, and in accordance with the recent operational protocols issued by the Chief Administrative Judge for the trial courts of the Unified Court System, I hereby order that effective 5:00 PM on March 16, 2020 the following rules be put into effect in the 8th Judicial District until rescinded. …

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Justice Courts Update re: COVID-19

Effective March 17, 2020, all daytime town, village and city court arraignments will be conducted in Erie County Court, Part 27. At this time, the Assigned Counsel Program will have 1 attorney appear in this part to handle those arraignments. It is our understanding that the arraignments will be limited to in-custody arraignments only. For …

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