Rule 604. The Record on Appeal
Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedRules of Procedure for the Juvenile CourtEffective: July 1, 2022
Effective: July 1, 2022
17B A.R.S. Juv.Ct.Rules of Proc., Rule 604
Rule 604. The Record on Appeal
(D) From an Order Adjudicating a Child Dependent or Dismissing a Dependency Petition: transcripts of the hearing or hearings that generated the order. If the notice of appeal or cross-appeal states the appeal is also taken from the disposition order, the transcript also includes the disposition hearing.
Notwithstanding the preceding provisions, the certified transcript must not include any proceeding or portion thereof excluded pursuant to section (b).
(1) No later than 5 days after filing a notice of appeal, the appellant may file “appellant's supplemental designation of record” that requests the superior court clerk to include in the record transmitted to the court of appeals the following, which the party reasonably believes may be necessary for proper consideration of issues likely to be raised on appeal:
(3) The appellant must serve the supplemental designation of record on all parties, on each certified reporter who reported a designated proceeding, and as applicable, on the court's transcript coordinator. The certified transcript on appeal must not include any proceeding or portion of any proceeding excluded from the presumptive record under this subpart.
(c) Appellee's Supplemental Designation. No later than 12 days after the filing of the notice of appeal, any appellee may file with the superior court clerk “appellee's supplemental designation of record” for any items not included in section (a) or excluded by appellant under section (b)(2) that the appellee reasonably believes may be necessary for proper consideration of issues likely to be raised on appeal. The appellee must serve the supplemental designation as provided in section (b).
(1) No Later Than 7 days After Completion of the Record. No later than 7 days after the appellate clerk sends a notice under Rule 606(f) that the record on appeal is complete, a party may file a motion that requests adding to the record on appeal items the party reasonably believes are necessary for proper consideration of issues the party intends to raise on appeal. The motion must:
(2) More Than 7 days After Completion of the Record. If a party files a motion under this section more than 7 days after the appellate clerk has issued a notice of completion of the record under Rule 606(f), the party must show that the requested records are necessary for the proper consideration of issues the party intends to raise on appeal. The appellate court may not grant a party's motion to supplement the record under this subpart unless the court finds extraordinary circumstances exist to excuse the party's failure to file the motion within the time specified in subpart (d)(1), and the party has established the supplemental materials are necessary for the proper consideration of the issues the party intends to raise on appeal.
(e) Disputes, Omissions, and Misstatements. The parties must submit to the juvenile court any dispute about whether the record accurately includes what occurred in the juvenile court to that court, and that court will resolve the dispute. If anything material is omitted from or misstated in the record, the parties may add to or correct the record by a court-approved stipulation. Alternatively, the juvenile court, before the record is transmitted to the appellate court, or the appellate court, on motion by a party or on its own, may direct that the omission or misstatement be corrected and, if necessary, that a supplemental record be certified and transmitted. All other questions concerning the form and content of the record must be presented to the appellate court.
Added Dec. 8, 2021, effective July 1, 2022.
17B A. R. S. Juv. Ct. Rules of Proc., Rule 604, AZ ST JUV CT Rule 604
State Court Rules are current with amendments received through November 15, 2023. The Code of Judicial Administration is current with amendments received through November 1, 2023.
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