SIGN-IN: Irrespective of the order in which listed, each case is subject to call for argument at 9:00 a.m. on the scheduled day. Accordingly, attorneys and pro se parties appearing for argument in Lincoln must sign in at the Clerk's Office before 8:45. Attorneys and pro se parties appearing for argument in Papillion must sign in at the County Boardroom before 8:45 a.m.
Although the Court will bring the transcript to arguments, the bill of exceptions will not be taken to Papillion unless counsel specifically makes a written request to the Clerk’s office. Such written request must be made at least one week prior to oral argument.
* * * Special time limits previously established.
RECORDS: The transcript and bill of exceptions must be returned to the Clerk of the Court of Appeals no later than April 1, 2013, unless requested sooner by the Clerk.
Lincoln, March 21, 2013
LANET S. ASMUSSEN
In order to ensure that the Court hears a full calendar of argued cases during each argument session and is not left short of cases for argument by virtue of settlements or dismissals after the Call has been printed, the Court has established the following cases as “back-up cases.” These cases are subject to being called for oral argument upon short notice in order to ensure a full argument calendar, but such cases will not be called after 4:00 p.m. on April 3, 2013. If called, a case will be heard in accordance with its placement on the back-up docket which appears hereafter. Counsel should attempt to maintain availability. If not called, these cases may be placed on the April Proposed Call of the Court of Appeals.
Lincoln or Papillion
APRIL 9, 10 OR 11, 2013, at 9:00 a.m.
State v. Fessler
Salts v. Mosaic
Collins v. Collins
In re Interest of Montana S.
Spracklin v. Spracklin
Logemann v. Valgora
Jones v. Department of Correctional Services
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