A party seeking discretionary review by the Supreme Court of a Court of Appeals decision terminating review must file a petition for review or answer to the petition that raises new issues.
The petition for review must be filed in the Court of Appeals within 30 days after an order is filed denying a timely motion for reconsideration of all or any part of the decision. If the petition for review is filed prior to the Court of Appeals determination on the motion for reconsideration or on a motion to publish, the petition will not be forwarded to the Supreme Court until the Court of Appeals files an order on all such motions. If no motion for reconsideration of all or part of the Court of Appeals decision is made, a petition for review must be filed within 30 days after the decision is filed. The first party to file a petition for review must, at the time the petition is filed, pay the statutory filing fee to the clerk of the Court of Appeals in which the petition is filed.
The petition for review should contain under appropriate headings and in the order here indicated:
statutes and other authorities cited, with reference to the pages of the brief where cited,
Format Specifications: See RAP 10.3, 10.4
Corresponding RAP Rules: 13.1, 13.2, 13.3, 13.3, 13.4, 13.5, 13.6, 13.7
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