Administration of Justice Bulletin

Motions for Appropriate Relief: Grounds That May Be Asserted and Timing Rules for Asserting Them

Thursday, January 1, 2004

Discusses the grounds that may be assetred in motions for appropriate relief filed by the state and the defense and the time for asserting those grounds. These issues are related because the grounds that may be raised in these motions depend, in part, on when the motions are made. The other factor afecting the grounds that may be asserted is whether the motion is made by the state or the defense.

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