Court of Appeals19090--Law and motion case files
AGENCY: Court of Appeals
TITLE: Law and motion case files
ARRANGEMENT: Numerical by case number.
DESCRIPTION: Law and Motion files include docketing statements, written motions, proposed orders, stipulations, and similar documents. Docketing statements are summary statements of the facts and issues of the appeal. Written motions are requests for the Court to issue a proposed order, grant leave for deviations from normal procedure, or to make any other requests of the Court pertaining to the case at hand. Stipulations are statements of agreement between the parties to a case pertaining to the facts or agreements on settlement.
Permanent. Transfer to Archives.
RETENTION AND DISPOSITION AUTHORIZATION
Retention and disposition for this series are authorized by the Administrative Office ofthe Courts.
Paper: Retain in Office for 3 years and then transfer to State Archives with authority to weed.
Microfilm master: Retain in State Archives permanently.
Microfilm duplicate: Retain in Office until administrative need ends.
Disposition is based on the historic and legal value of these records in providing documentation about individuals, legal procedure, and court history and functions.
Exempt. This series contains certain law and motion case files that have been sealed by the court
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