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Last Post 18 Jan 2008 04:44 PM by  lkoschney
R-08-0001 Superior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure
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18 Jan 2008 04:44 PM
    R-08-0001

    PETITION TO AMEND RULE 7, SUPERIOR COURT RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE - CRIMINAL; RULE 12, SUPERIOR COURT RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE - CIVIL; AND RULE 29, CIVIL TRAFFIC RULES

    TO ALLOW THE TRIAL COURT TO SET A TRIAL DE NOVO, AND THE SUPERIOR COURT TO REMAND TO THE TRIAL COURT FOR A TRIAL DE NOVO, WHEN THE RECORD IS INSUFFICIENT FOR AN APPEAL; AND TO CLARIFY THE MEANING OF STAY OF "SENTENCE" AND THE REQUIREMENT THAT RESTITUTION PAYMENTS CONTINUE TO BE PAID PENDING APPEAL.

    Petitioner:
    Hon. George T. Anagnost
    Peoria Municipal Court
    8401 West Monroe St.
    Peoria, AZ 85345
    (623)773-7420

    Filed January 8, 2008

    Comments due May 20, 2008.

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