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Last Post 20 Jul 2022 07:34 PM by  Marretta Mathes
R-22-0037 Petition to Amend Supreme Court Rules 30 and 123
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Marretta Mathes
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20 Jul 2022 07:34 PM
    Filed on behalf of:
    David K. Byers
    Administrative Director
    Administrative Office of the Courts
    1501 W. Washington, Suite 411
    Phoenix, AZ 85007-3327
    Phone: (602) 452-3301
    [email protected]

    Would amend Supreme Court Rule 123 to implement the recently enacted SB 1114 as it relates to the confidentiality of mental health records and would amend Supreme Court Rule 30(b)(2)(b) to conform to the requirements of ARS 38-424 related to the use of electronic recording in mental health proceedings.

    Filed: July 20, 2022

    Would amend Rules 30 and 123 of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Arizona to implement statutes enacted in the 2021 and 2022 legislative sessions.

    Comments due no later than October 3, 2022.
    Petitioner's reply due no later than October 17, 2022.
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