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Rule 10. Briefs, Memoranda and Argument

Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedLocal Rules of Practice Superior CourtEffective: September 1, 2019

Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated
Local Rules of Practice Superior Court (Refs & Annos)
Apache County (Refs & Annos)
General Procedure
Effective: September 1, 2019
17C A.R.S. Super.Ct.Local Prac.Rules, Apache County, Rule 10
Rule 10. Briefs, Memoranda and Argument
a. Filing, Copies and Service. When any matter is submitted to the Court for decision and the filing of briefs or memoranda is requested or allowed, the original of each such brief or memorandum shall be filed with the clerk of the court and a duplicate thereof shall be lodged with the Court and service shall be made on counsel or parties not represented by counsel as provided in the applicable parts of Rule 5, Rules of Civil Procedure.
b. Additional Duties of Counsel--Case Assigned to Visiting Judge. When a matter is assigned to a visiting judge, in addition to the above, counsel shall mail copies of all applicable pleadings, motions, affidavits and exhibits to the assigned judge.
c. Oral Argument. All requests for oral argument shall be made in writing by counsel at the time of filing such motion or answering memorandum and opposition memorandum by placing beneath the title of the document the following words: “Oral Argument Requested.” When no request for oral argument is made, argument shall be allowed only by order of the Court.
d. Telephonic Argument. Oral argument by telephone conference call may be had on any motion upon prior approval by the Court. Counsel requesting the telephonic argument shall institute the call, at his client's expense, at a date and time mutually agreeable to all parties and the Court or as directed by the Court.

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Adopted March 3, 1993, effective June 1, 1993.
17C A. R. S. Super. Ct. Local Prac. Rules, Apache County, Rule 10, AZ ST APACHE SUPER CT Rule 10
Current with amendments received through 08/15/2020.
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