Title 8 - Oral Argument
RALJ 8.1: WHO MAY PRESENT ARGUMENT
A party of record who has failed to file a brief may present oral argument only with leave of court.
RALJ 8.2: POSTPONEMENT OF ARGUMENT
The superior court may postpone the time set for oral argument for reasonable cause.
RALJ 8.3: TIME ALLOWED AND ORDER OF ARGUMENT
Each side shall be allowed 10 minutes for oral argument, or longer if ordered by the superior court. The first party to file a notice of appeal is entitled to open and conclude oral argument, unless otherwise ordered by the court.
RALJ 8.4: WAIVER OF ORAL ARGUMENT
The parties may, at any time, agree to waive oral argument and submit the matter for consideration by the court on the briefs that have been submitted. The court may, on its own initiative, direct that there be no oral argument, once it has received the brief of appellant and the brief of respondent.
[Adopted effective September 1, 2005]