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Home | Case-Filing | Appealing a Case in the Second Circuit | How to Appeal a Criminal Case


STIPULATION OR MOTION TO VOLUNTARILY DISMISS A CRIMINAL APPEAL

 

If a defendant’s counsel files a stipulation or motion to voluntarily dismiss the appeal, counsel must include the defendant’s signed statement that counsel has explained the effect of voluntary dismissal of the appeal, the defendant understands counsel’s explanation, and the defendant desires to withdraw and voluntarily dismiss the appeal. See LR 42.2.

 

 

Last modified at 1/31/2014