RULE 10.2 DISMISSAL OF APPEAL (a) Involuntary Dismissal. The superior court will, on motion of a party or on its own motion after 14 days' notice to the parties, dismiss an appeal of the case (1) except as provided in rule 10.3(c)(1), for failure to timely file a notice of appeal, or (2) for want of prosecution if the party appealing has abandoned the appeal. Unless good cause is shown, an appeal will be deemed abandoned if there has been no action of record for 90 days. (b) [Reserved.] (c) Voluntary Withdrawal of Appeal. The superior court may, in its discretion, dismiss an appeal on stipulation of all the parties and, in criminal cases, the written consent of the defendant. The superior court may, in its discretion, dismiss an appeal on the motion of a party who has filed a notice of appeal. [Amended effective November 25, 2003.]
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