In re Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure, 092917 MSSC, 89-R-99027-SCT
|Opinion Judge:||MICHAEL K. RANDOLPH, PRESIDING JUSTICE.|
|Party Name:||IN RE: MISSISSIPPI RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE|
|Judge Panel:||AGREE: WALLER, C.J., RANDOLPH AND KITCHENS, P.JJ., KING, COLEMAN, MAXWELL, BEAM AND CHAMBERLIN, JJ. ISHEE, J.,|
|Case Date:||September 29, 2017|
|Court:||Supreme Court of Mississippi|
MICHAEL K. RANDOLPH, PRESIDING JUSTICE.
This matter is before the en banc Court on the Court's own motion.
After due consideration, we find Rule 22(a) of the Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure should be amended as set forth in the attached Exhibit A.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that Rule 22(a) of the Mississippi Rules of Appellate Procedure is amended as set forth in the attached Exhibit A. The amendments are effective upon entry of this order.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court must spread this order upon the minutes of the Court and forward a certified copy to West Publishing Company for publication in the advance sheets of Southern Reporter, Third Series (Mississippi Edition), and in the next edition of the Mississippi Rules of Court.
AGREE: WALLER, C.J., RANDOLPH AND KITCHENS, P.JJ., KING, COLEMAN, MAXWELL, BEAM AND CHAMBERLIN, JJ.
ISHEE, J., NOT PARTICIPATING.
RULE 22. APPLICATION FOR POST-CONVICTION COLLATERAL RELIEF
IN CRIMINAL CASES
(a) Filing of Applications. Applications for...
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