EOT Request Needs a Captioned Order
Michael Yerly, Clerk of the Sixth District Court of Appeal, and Corrine Pochop, the assistant clerk, spoke at the 2010 annual SDAP seminar. They said an application for an extension of time needs to be accompanied with a proposed order. The order must be on a separate page with a case caption. There should be enough copies of the proposed order to be sent by the court to all parties. Envelopes do not need to be provided for SDAP, the Attorney General, or Santa Clara County Counsel. When requesting an EOT, the court would like to know how far counsel has progressed with the briefing, such as how many issues have been briefed and how many more issues are left to be drafted.
SAMPLE EOT WITH ORDER
(December 19, 2010)
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