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Change in Delivery Method of Oral Argument Courtesy Notice - Appellate Practice News

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Posted on: Nov 30, 2015

On November 24, 2015, the Indiana Supreme Court released the following announcement:

"For several years, the Supreme Court Administration Office has sent an early courtesy notice to attorneys and self-represented litigants regarding their expected oral argument date. The courtesy notice permits the attorney/litigant, under certain circumstances, an opportunity to request a different date for their case prior to the Court order scheduling the argument. The notices have been sent via fax. The Administration Office is changing the process. The courtesy notices are currently being sent via both fax and e-mail. Starting January 1, 2016, the courtesy notices will be sent only via e-mail."

The announcement can be found here.

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