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R-15-0013 Rule 44, Arizona Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court
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dawn.williams@azag.gov
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09 Jan 2015 12:24 PM
    R-15-0013

    PETITION TO AMEND RULE 44, ARIZONA RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR THE JUVENILE COURT

    Would revise time limits for and clarify disclosure responsibilities in juvenile matters and conform the rule to other rules and practice considerations.

    Petitioner:
    Department of Child Safety by
    Dawn R. Williams
    Assistant Attorney General
    3939 S Park Ave, Ste 180
    Tucson, AZ 85714
    Ph: 520-746-4443
    Fax: 520-746-4459
    Email: juvappeals@azag.gov
    Bar No: 020730


    Filed January 9, 2015.

    Comments due on or before May 20, 2014.

    CONTINUED with the exception of the proposed change to Rule 44(B)(2)(d), which is ADOPTED effective January 1, 2016.

    DENIED.
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    AZStateBar
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    18 May 2015 09:57 AM
    John A. Furlong, Bar No. 018356
    General Counsel
    State Bar of Arizona
    4201 N. 24th St., Suite 100
    Phoenix, AZ 85016
    Telephone: 602-340-7236
    patricia.seguin@staff.azbar.org
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    Phillisc
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    18 May 2015 11:01 AM
    Christina M. Phillis,
    Arizona Bar Membership No. 014871
    Arizona Public Defender Association
    777 W. Southern Ave., Ste. 101
    Mesa, Arizona 85210
    Telephone (602) 372-2815
    Fax (602) 372-8919
    Email Juv-SE@mail.maricopa.gov



    Opposition to request to Amend Rule 44, Rules of Procedure For the Juvenile Court. The current Rule provides for timely disclosure, thus no change is necessary.
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    kathrynpyles
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    19 May 2015 05:31 PM
    K. Dana Pyles
    Bar no. 024679
    Dependency Parent Attorney
    3131 W. Durango
    Phoenix, AZ
    85009
    602-372-9560
    602-372-8918
    coxd002@mail.maricopa.gov

    The petition for change should be denied. The current rules of disclosure adequately protect all parties, any change would deprive the public of adequate protection.
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