Rules amended to provide for more ‘transparent and ready access’ to court practices and procedures
The Supreme Court has adopted amendments aimed at providing litigants with “transparent and ready access” to the procedures and other instructions of judges for practice within individual courtrooms.
Acting September 28 in No. SC2023-1114, the court amended Rule 2.215 to require that individual judge and divisional practices and procedures, as well as local rules and administrative orders, be located on each circuit’s website.
The rule was further amended to prohibit the practice of requiring attorneys or parties to communicate with the court solely by written letter.
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