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Last Post 05 Nov 2007 02:54 PM by  lkoschney
R-07-0014 RULES 31.19 and 31.25, ARIZ. R. CRIM. P., and RULES 16 and 23, ARIZ. R. CIV. APP. P.
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05 Nov 2007 02:54 PM
    R-07-0014

    PETITION TO AMEND RULES 31.19 AND 31.25, ARIZONA RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, AND RULES 16 AND 23, ARIZONA RULES OF CIVIL APPELLATE PROCEDURE

    TO ESTABLISH A WORD LIMITATION ON THE LENGTH OF PETITIONS FOR REVIEW AND RESPONSES TO PETITIONS FOR REVIEW AND ON THE LENGTH OF AMICUS BRIEFS FILED IN THE SUPREME COURT

    Petitioner:
    Robert Van Wyck
    State Bar of Arizona
    4201 North 24th Street, Suite 200
    Phoenix, Arizona 85016–6288
    Telephone: (602) 271–4930
    State Bar Number 007800

    Filed October 30, 2007

    Comments due May 20, 2008.

    This petition addresses rules in multiple forums. Please refer to the petition in the Rules of Criminal Procedure forum to view the petition, attachments, and any comments filed. Any comments on this petition should be submitted in the Rules of Criminal Procedure forum.


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