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Last Post 29 Jan 2018 03:52 PM by  Jennifer Thorson
R-17-0051 Petition to Adopt Amended Local Rules of Practice
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Allyson Flanagan
New Member
Posts:13 New Member

31 Oct 2017 11:51 AM
    Hon. Kyle A. Bryson
    Presiding Judge
    Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County
    110 West Congress
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    Filed October 24, 2017

    Would reorganize, update, and change Pima County Local Rules of Court to account for technological advances and to accommodate court innovation pilot programs.


    Petitioner’s reply to comments must be made on or before January 30, 2018.
    Michael Aaron
    New Member
    Posts:1 New Member

    27 Dec 2017 02:53 PM
    Michael Aaron
    Aaron & Rogers

    Kristy Clairmont
    Family Law Legal Consulting

    We appreciate the changes Judge Bryson made to these proposed rule changes. There are
    still two concerns, making the Rules as clear as possible for self-representing parties. Secondly,
    the protection of DV victims and their right to protected addresses and to not personally confer
    with the alleged abuser.

    Great job by this committee.

    Michael Aaron
    Jennifer Thorson
    New Member
    Posts:1 New Member

    29 Jan 2018 03:52 PM
    Honorable Kyle A. Bryson
    Pima County Presiding Judge
    Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County
    110 W. Congress
    Tucson, AZ 85701

    (520) 724-4215

    Supreme Court No. R-17-0051

    Pursuant to Rule 28.1, Arizona Rules of the Supreme Court, the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County submits this reply in support of its Petition asking this Court to adopt amended Local Rules of Practice for Pima County.
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