General Orders of Division II
2003-4 Disposition Of A Motion To File An Amicus Curiae Brief
GENERAL ORDER 2003-04
DISPOSITION OF A MOTION TO FILE AN AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF
Rule of Appellate Procedure 10.6(e) provides that each division of the Court of Appeals shall establish by general order the manner of disposition of a motion to file an amicus curiae brief.
IT IS ORDERED:
(1) A motion to file an amicus curiae brief shall be filed no later than 30 days before the date set for oral argument.
(2) If the court has not set a date for oral argument before a panel of judges, the motion to file an amicus curiae brief shall be decided by a commissioner of this court in a written ruling. The commissioner's ruling is subject to a motion to modify in accordance with Rule of Appellate Procedure 17.7.
(3) If the court has set a date for oral argument before a panel of judges, the motion to file an amicus curiae brief shall be decided by that panel of judges. The panel shall issue a written order. The panel’s order is not subject to a motion for reconsideration.
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