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Rule 1.15. Attachments to Pleadings and Memoranda

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Rule 1. General
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17C A.R.S. Super.Ct.Local Prac.Rules, Pima County, Rule 1.15
Rule 1.15. Attachments to Pleadings and Memoranda
(A) Attachments in General. Any copy of a pleading, exhibit or minute entry that has been filed previously in a case must not be attached to the original of a subsequent pleading, motion or memorandum of points and authorities.
(B) Incorporation by Reference. If a party desires to call the Court's attention to anything contained in a previous pleading, motion or minute entry, the party shall do so by incorporation by reference, citing with particularity where the judicial officer may find the reference.
(C) Authorities Cited in Memoranda. Copies of authorities cited in memoranda must not be attached to the original, although links to citations may be provided in the body of e-filed memoranda.
(D) Attachments to Judicial Officer. Parties may attach copies of pleadings, motions, exhibits, minute entries or texts of authorities to a copy of a motion or memorandum of points and authorities delivered to the judicial officer of the division to which the case has been assigned. Any such attachments or authorities provided to the judge must also be provided to all other parties.
(E) Sanctions. For a violation of this rule, the Court may order the removal of the offending document and assess the offending party or counsel such costs and fees as may be necessary to cover the Clerk of the Court's costs of filing, and any costs of preservation and storage.
(F) Dividers. No pleading, document or other submission will utilize blue pages as dividers for attachments

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Added effective July 1, 2018.
17C A. R. S. Super. Ct. Local Prac. Rules, Pima County, Rule 1.15, AZ ST PIMA SUPER CT Rule 1.15
State Court Rules are current with amendments received through May 1, 2024. The Code of Judicial Administration is current with amendments received through May 1, 2024.
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