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§ 2-202. Court of Appeals.

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   (A) [Reserved.]

   (B) Petition to Bypass.

   (1) Filing and Service of Petition to Bypass. A petition to bypass review of the Court of Appeals and the accompanying brief referenced in § 2-102(B) may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a petition to bypass review of the Court of Appeals, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-102(B). The requirement of § 2-102(B)(1) for filing a copy shall not apply to a petition to bypass and accompanying brief filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (2) Objection. Any objection to the petition to bypass may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file an objection to a petition to bypass, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-102(B)(2). The requirement of § 2-102(B)(2) for filing a copy shall not apply to an objection and brief filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (3) [Reserved.]

   (4) [Reserved.]

   (C) [Reserved.]

   (D) Briefs. Appellate briefs as referenced in § 2-102(D) may be E-Filed and served through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-102(D). The requirement of § 2-102(D) for filing a copy shall not apply to appellate briefs filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (E) Opinions. Any user registered for E-Notice may receive a copy of the court's opinion in an electronic form.

   (F) Petition for Further Review by Supreme Court.

   (1) The filing of a petition for further review and memorandum brief, referenced in § 2-102(F)(1), together with any filing fee, may be E-Filed. The requirement of § 2-102(F)(1) for filing a copy shall not apply to a petition for further review and memorandum brief filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (2) [Reserved.]

   (3) [Reserved.]

   (4) Response. Any response to any petition for further review may be E-Filed. The requirement of § 2-102(F)(5) for filing a copy shall not apply to a response filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (5) Filing and Service. Any petition for further review, accompanying brief, or response may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a petition for further review, accompanying brief, or response, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-102(F)(5). The requirement of § 2-105(F)(5) for filing a copy shall not apply to a petition for further review, accompanying brief in support, and responses filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (6) [Reserved.]

   (7) [Reserved.]

   (G) [Reserved.]

   (H) Briefs and Oral Argument on Further Review by Supreme Court. Any supplemental briefing in any case in which further review by the Supreme Court is granted, whether or not such briefing is ordered by the Supreme Court, may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a supplemental brief, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-102(H). The requirement of § 2-102(H) for filing a copy shall not apply to supplemental briefs or additional briefs filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service. 

§ 2-202(B), (D), (E), (F), and (H) amended October 19, 2016.

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