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Last Post 25 Jan 2012 12:07 PM by  ecrowley
R-12-0012 Petition to Amend Rules 105-107, Arizona Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court
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13 Jan 2012 05:43 PM

    Petition to Amend Rules 105-107, Arizona Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court

    Would make changes relating to implementation of electronic filing in Arizona appellate courts

    Ellen M. Crowley
    Chief Staff Attorney, Arizona Supreme Court
    1501 W. Washington, Suite 445
    Phoenix, AZ 85007-3231
    Telephone: (602) 452-3528
    Facsimile: (602) 452-3482

    Filed: January 10, 2012

    Comments due May 21, 2012.

    ADOPTED as modified, effective January 1, 2013.

    25 Jan 2012 12:07 PM
    Hon. Ruth A. Willingham, Clerk
    Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
    1501 W. Washington
    Phoenix, AZ 85007-3329

    In addition to the changes proposed in the petition, it is also recommended that a change be made in Juvenile Rule 104(C)(1) to clarify when the clerk of the superior court must serve copies of the notice of appeal.

    The recommended change would require such service to be made "within two business days following the filing of a notice of appeal," instead of "immediately upon the filing of a notice of appeal."

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