GR 31 - Access to Court RecordsComments for GR 31 must be received no later than November 30, 2011.
Suggested Amendments to GR 31
Purpose: To provide information to the Supreme Court on what conforming amendments to GR 31 would be necessary if the Supreme Court adopts suggested GR 31A governing access to administrative records of the judicial branch.
The Supreme Court is considering a recommendation from its Rules Committee concerning suggested new rule GR 31A (Access to Administrative Records). If GR 31A is ultimately adopted by the Supreme Court, conforming amendments to GR 31 will be necessary.
Conforming amendments to GR 31 were suggested by the Judicial Information System Committee (JISC) to the Board for Judicial Administration (BJA) earlier this year, prior to the BJA’s adoption of its final rule proposal. I have modified the suggested amendments originally submitted to the BJA to conform to the BJA’s final draft of suggested GR 31A.
On behalf of the JISC I have enclosed the suggested conforming amendments to GR 31 because it may be helpful to the Supreme Court to have some idea of what conforming amendments will be necessary if GR 31A is ultimately adopted by the Court. The JISC understands that pursuant to GR 9 the suggested conforming amendments will need to be reviewed by the Supreme Court Rules Committee before they can be formally considered by the Supreme Court.
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