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Second Department Issues a Protocol for the Filing of Applications Seeking Review Under CPL 245.70(6)
Second Department Issues a Protocol for the Filing of Applications Seeking Review Under CPL 245.70(6): Criminal Procedure Law § 245.70, part of a sweeping criminal justice reform legislation package set to take effect on January 1, 2020, provides a vehicle through...
Wednesday Wisdom: According to Local Rules Part 850.13 of AD3, all original special proceedings will be heard either upon the reproduced full record method or appendix method. In all original special proceedings, the appellant shall file an original and five copies of...
After perfecting an appeal or filing a Respondent’s Brief on behalf of our clients, we track the associated calendar dates for the Appellate Division, First and Second Departments. Once an appeal is placed on the calendar, the date represents when either an oral...
Monday Motivation: “Knowing Is Not Enough; We Must Apply. Wishing Is Not Enough; We Must Do.” – Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Q – Can more than one party appear on the brief cover as arguing an appeal in AD2? A – No, the court requires that only one person be listed on the cover as arguing an appeal. Of course, if for any reason that attorney cannot appear for argument, the attorney taking...
Wednesday Wisdom : The Appellate Division Second Department issued a protocol for the filing of applications seeking review under CPL 245.70(6) that took effect on January 1, 2020.
Deferred Appendices at the Second Circuit: When filing an appeal in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, most Appellants file an Appendix accompanied by their Appellant’s Brief. The Appendix will include the documents to be cited to by all the parties in their briefs....
Monday Motivation: “Today’s Accomplishments Were Yesterday’s Impossibilities.” – Robert H. Schuller
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