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Home | Case-Filing | Rules Home | Local Rules | Title II. Appeal From a Judgment or Order of a District Court


Local Rule 11.1. Duties Regarding The Record

 

(a) Record Retained by District Clerk. In all counseled appeals other than those described in (b), the district clerk retains the record on appeal, subject to FRAP 11(e), and forwards to the circuit clerk, within 14 days after the filing of the notice of appeal, a certified copy of the index of docket entries instead of the entire record. The appellant must do whatever is necessary to enable the district clerk to comply with this rule.

 

(b) Appeal on Original Record. An appellant authorized to appeal on the original record without an appendix in accordance with LR 30.1(e) must do whatever is necessary to enable the district clerk to send to the circuit clerk all relevant parts of the record, including transcripts and, if any, the certified administrative record.

 

 

Last modified at 12/15/2010