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Receipt of the transcript and notification obligations

 

Upon receipt of Form B, the court reporter must promptly complete the acknowledgment section and send it to the circuit clerk. If the court reporter has not completed the transcript within 30 days of receipt of Form B, the reporter must seek from the Court of Appeals an extension of time to complete the transcript. The request must be served on all parties to the appeal. See LR 11.3. In addition, an appellant who has not received the transcript within 30 days of the date the transcript was requested must inform the Court of Appeals in writing and explain all efforts the appellant has made to obtain the transcript. Thereafter, the appellant is required to update the Court in writing in 14-day intervals about the status of the transcript until the transcript has been completed. During this time the Clerk's Office will attempt to facilitate delivery of the transcript.

 

 

Last modified at 12/22/2009