N.Y. Crim. Proc. Law § 60.60

Current through 2024 NY Law Chapters 1-59 and 61-118
Section 60.60 - Rules of evidence; certificates concerning judgments of conviction and fingerprints
1. A certificate issued by a criminal court, or the clerk thereof, certifying that a judgment of conviction against a designated defendant has been entered in such court, constitutes presumptive evidence of the facts stated in such certificate.
2. A report of a public servant charged with the custody of official fingerprint records which contains a certification that the fingerprints of a designated person who has previously been convicted of an offense are identical with those of a defendant in a criminal action, constitutes presumptive evidence of the fact that such defendant has previously been convicted of such offense.

N.Y. Crim. Proc. Law § 60.60