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§ 2-203. Court-appointed counsel in criminal cases.

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   (A) [Reserved.]

   (B) Motion to Withdraw. The motion to withdraw referenced in § 2-103(B) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a motion to withdraw, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service. The requirement of § 2-103(B) for service upon the defendant by certified mail to the defendant’s last-known address is not changed by this rule, except that proof of such service shall be made through appellate E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in appellate E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-103(B). The requirement of § 2-103(B) for filing a copy shall not apply to a motion to withdraw filed and served through appellate E-Filing and appellate E-Service. 

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