IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON

In the Matter of Adoption of
Amendments to the Oregon
Rules of Appellate Procedure
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Chief Justice Order 09-049

ADOPTION OF TEMPORARY RULES

Pursuant to ORAP 1.10(3), the Supreme Court may, from time to time, adopt temporary rules for inclusion in the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure. The Supreme Court by this order adopts the following temporary rules:  ORAP 12.08 and 12.09.  The temporary rules are set out below.  The temporary rules are effective the date this order is signed and shall expire on December 31, 2010, if not previously adopted as permanent rules.

ORAP 12.08
INTERLOCUTORY APPEAL OF ORDER
CONCERNING CRIME VICTIM’S RIGHTS

(1)        A notice of interlocutory appeal filed in the Supreme Court pursuant to section 14 of Senate Bill 233 (2009) shall be substantially in the form illustrated in Appendix 12.08 and shall comply substantially with ORAP 2.05(1), (3), (4), (5), (6), (9), (10), and (11), except:

        (a)        The notice must be entitled “NOTICE OF INTERLOCUTORY APPEAL UNDER ORS _____” and identify the statute authorizing the interlocutory appeal;

        (b)        The notice must include a statement of why the notice is timely; and

        (c)        The notice must contain proof of service on persons identified in section 14(6) of Senate Bill 233 (2009).

(2)        A notice of interlocutory appeal must be accompanied by:

        (a)        A copy of the order for which appellate review is sought;

        (b)        Excerpts of the record, as described in section 14(4) of Senate Bill 233 (2009);

        (c)        A memorandum of law with a statement of material facts and supporting arguments and citations, in a form in compliance with ORAP 7.10(1) and (2), except as provided by this rule.

(3)        The appellant shall file an original and nine copies of the notice of interlocutory appeal with the Administrator.  If the excerpts of the record include more than 50 pages, the appellant need file only two copies of the excerpts of the record.

(4)        Notwithstanding ORAP 1.35(1)(c), a notice of interlocutory appeal and the response are deemed filed when those documents are physically received by the Administrator or, if the documents are filed electronically, as provided by ORAP 16.35.

(5)        Notwithstanding ORAP 1.35(2)(b), the appellant shall serve a copy of the notice of interlocutory appeal and, if applicable, accompanying materials as provided in sections 14(6) and (7) of Senate Bill 233 (2009).

(6)        A respondent may file a response within seven days of the date the notice of interlocutory appeal is filed with the Supreme Court.  A respondent shall file an original and nine copies of a response with the Administrator.  The response shall comply with ORAP 7.10(1) and (2), except as otherwise provided by this rule.  The response may contain a designation of parts of the trial court record not designated in the notice of interlocutory appeal.

(7)        No reply shall be filed except with leave of the Supreme Court.

(8)        Notwithstanding ORAP 6.15, either the appellant or respondent may request oral argument.  The Supreme Court may grant or deny such a request or may order oral argument on its own motion.

(9)        A petition for reconsideration of a Supreme Court decision under this rule shall comply with ORAP 9.25, except that it shall be filed within seven days of the date of the decision.

(10)      A victim may request that the court use initials in lieu of his or her first name in the case caption.  The court will grant such a request if filed within seven days of the notice of interlocutory appeal.  Requests filed after seven days may be granted at the court’s discretion.

APPENDIX 12.08
Illustration for ORAP 12.08

IN THE SUPREME COURTOF THE STATE OF OREGON

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State of Oregon,
Plaintiff

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Defendant

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Appellant(s)

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Respondent(s)
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_______________ County Circuit
Court No. _____________________





NOTICE OF INTERLOCUTORY
APPEAL UNDER ORS
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1.

Appellant hereby gives notice of interlocutory appeal from the order entered in this case on ___[date of judgment]_____ , signed by Judge _______________ , in the _______________ County Circuit Court.


2.

The parties to this appeal are:

Appellant(s)                                                                Respondent(s)

____________________________________            ____________________________________
____________________________________            ____________________________________


3.

The names, bar numbers, addresses, and telephone numbers of the parties [or their attorneys if they are represented by attorneys] are:

Name & Bar Number _____________________________   Representing __________________
Address ________________________________________  Telephone Number ______________
Name & Bar Number _____________________________   Representing __________________
Address ________________________________________  Telephone Number ______________


4.

Appellant designates only the following parts of the record, copies of which accompany this notice as excerpts of the record: ________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________.


5.

This appeal is timely and otherwise properly before the Supreme Court because:

_____________________________________________________________________________.


6.
[In cases involving an audio record:]

Appellant hereby requests copies at appellant's expense of the audio record designated in paragraph 4 of this notice of appeal. Copies are to be served on the parties to the appeal listed in paragraph 3 of this notice of appeal.


7.

Attached to this notice of appeal is a copy of the order being appealed. Also attached is a memorandum of law as described in section 14(4) of Senate Bill 233 (2009).


8.

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I certify that on     [date]    , I served a true copy of this notice of appeal on:

______________________________                        ______________________________
______________________________                        ______________________________
______________________________                        ______________________________

[Respondents as listed in section 14(6) of Senate Bill 233 (2009) or attorneys for respondents]

______________________________                        ______________________________
______________________________                        ______________________________
______________________________                        ______________________________
[trial court administrator]                                             [transcript coordinator, if a transcript is designated as part of the record on appeal]

by [specify method of service]:

__ United States Postal Service, ordinary first class mail

__ United States Postal Service, certified or registered mail, return receipt requested

__ hand delivery

__ other (specify) __________________________________


9.
CERTIFICATE OF FILING

I certify that on     [date]    , I filed the original of this notice of appeal with the Appellate Court Administrator at this address:

Appellate Court Administrator
Appellate Court Records Section
1163 State Street
Salem, Oregon  97301-2563

by [specify method of service]:

__ United States Postal Service, ordinary first class mail

__ United States Postal Service, certified or registered mail, return receipt requested

__ hand delivery

__ other (specify) __________________________________

                                                                                    ____________________________________
                                                                                    [Signature of appellant or attorney]

                                                                                    ____________________________________
                                                                                    [Typed or printed name of appellant or attorney]



ORAP 12.09
PETITIONS FOR SUPREME COURT REVIEW
OF ORDERS CONCERNING CRIME VICTIM’S RIGHTS

(1)        A petition for review filed in the Supreme Court pursuant to section 15 of Senate Bill 233 (2009) shall comply substantially with ORAP 9.05(3)(a)(i)-(iii) & (vii) and ORAP 9.05(4), except:

        (a)        The petition must be entitled “PETITION FOR REVIEW UNDER ORS _____” and identify the statute authorizing the petition for review;

        (b)        The petition must include a statement of why the petition is timely; and

        (c)        The petition must contain proof of service on persons identified in sections 14(6) and 15 of Senate Bill 233 (2009).

(2)        A petition for review under this rule must be accompanied by:

        (a)        A copy of the order for which appellate review is sought;

        (b)        Excerpts of the record, as described in sections 14(4) and 15 of Senate Bill 233 (2009);

        (c)        A memorandum of law with a statement of material facts and supporting arguments and citations, in a form in compliance with ORAP 7.10(1) and (2), except as otherwise provided by this rule.

(3)        The petitioner shall file an original and nine copies of the petition for review with the Administrator.  If the excerpts of the record include more than 50 pages, the petitioner need file only two copies of the excerpts of the record.

(4)        A petition for review filed under this rule may refer to the criteria in ORAP 9.07 for allowing a petition for review and the following additional criterion:  Whether the case presents a significant issue involving the rights granted to crime victims by Article I, sections 42 and 43, of the Oregon Constitution.

(5)        Notwithstanding ORAP 1.35(1)(c), a petition for review and the response, if any, are deemed filed when those documents are physically received by the Supreme Court or, if the documents are filed electronically, as provided by ORAP 16.35.

(6)        Notwithstanding ORAP 1.35(2)(b), the petitioner shall serve a copy of the petition for review and, if applicable, accompanying materials as provided in sections 14(6) & (7) and 15 of Senate Bill 233 (2009).

(7)        The respondent may, but need not, file a response to a petition for review filed under this rule.  The respondent may file an original response and nine copies within seven days of the petition for review or within seven days after the Supreme Court issues an order granting review.  The response shall comply with ORAP 9.10, unless otherwise provided by this rule.  The response may contain a designation of parts of the trial court record not designated in the petition for review.

(8)        No briefs on the merits shall be filed, except as otherwise provided by court order.

(9)        A petition for review under this rule shall be allowed if one less than a majority of the judges eligible to vote on the petition vote to allow it.

(10)      In cases where the court has allowed review, either the appellant or respondent may request oral argument.  Notwithstanding ORAP 6.15, the Supreme Court may grant or deny such a request or may order oral argument on its own motion.

(11)      A petition for reconsideration of a Supreme Court decision under this rule shall comply with ORAP 9.25, except that it shall be filed within seven days of the date of the decision.

(12)      A victim may request that the court use initials in lieu of his or her first name in the case caption.  The court will grant such a request if filed within seven days of the petition for review.  Requests filed after seven days may be granted at the court’s discretion.

Dated this 1st day of September, 2009.

Chief Justice Paul J. De Muniz


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