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Rule 11. Oral Argument; Precedence of Criminal Appeals

Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedSuperior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure-- Criminal

Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated
Superior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure-- Criminal (Refs & Annos)
Superior Court Rules of Appellate Procedure-Criminal, Rule 11
Rule 11. Oral Argument; Precedence of Criminal Appeals
a. At any time the Superior Court may order oral argument upon its own initiative and shall do so upon the request of a party. If a party wishes oral argument, the request must be made in the caption of the appellate memorandum at the time the memorandum is filed. The Superior Court may limit the time for oral argument.
b. Precedence of Criminal Appeals. Appeals in criminal cases shall have precedence over all other appeals except for those from juvenile actions or where otherwise provided by law.

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Amended Nov. 19, 1979, effective April 1, 1980; Jan. 24, 2003, effective June 1, 2003.

Editors' Notes

HISTORICAL NOTES
Rule 11 was amended without change, in the Order approved January 24, 2003, effective June 1, 2003.
17C A. R. S. Super. Ct. Criminal Appellate Proc. Rules, Rule 11, AZ ST SUPER CT RAP CR Rule 11
Current with amendments received through 11/1/19
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