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COPYRIGỤT, 1998,

BY

WEST PUREISHING COMPANY.

(95 Pac.)

JURISPRUDENCE

SATHEN

JUDGES

v.95 Cap 3

OF THE

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COURTS REPORTED DURING THE PERIOD COVERED BY THIS VOLUME.

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ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
JOHN R. McFIE. (1st Dist.)

F. W. PARKER. (3d Dist.)
IRA A. ABBOTT. (2d Dist.)

WILLIAM H. POPE. (5th Dist.) EDWARD A. MANN. (Cth Dist.)

OKLAHOMA-Supreme Court.

R. L. WILLIAMS, CHIEF JUSTICE.

ASSOCIATE JUSTICES.
JESSE J. DUNN.

SAMUEL W. HAYES.
MATTHEW J. KANE.

JOHN B. TURNER

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COURT RULES.

SUPREME COURT OF OKLAHOMA.*

1. The second regular term of this court, contain a brief statement of the matter in. will be held beginning on the second Tues- volved, with the reason for the application. day of May, 1908, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., stand VII. In each civil cause filed in this court, ard time, and thereafter regular terms will counsel for plaintiff in error shall, unless be held beginning on the second Tuesday of otherwise ordered by the court, serve his July, September, November, January, March, brief on counsel for defendant in error withand May of each year, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., in forty days after filing his petition in error, standard time. Special sessions may be held and shall at the same time file fifteen copies at any time upon call of the Chief Justice. of said brief with the clerk of the Supreme The forenoon sittings shall convene at 10:00 Court. And the defendant in error shall, uno'clock and the afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. less otherwise directed by the court, have

II. All causes in which no notice for oral thirty days after service on him of plainargument has been given shall stand for tiff in error's brief, in which to serve and submission on the first day of the term; file his answer briefs. Proof of service of all causes standing for trial will be heard briefs must be filed with the clerk of this in the order assigned, unless the court, on court within ten days after service. In case proper motion and showing, shall order oth of failure to comply with the requirements erwise; provided, that in making up the trial of this rule, the court may continue or disdocket the clerk shall so arrange the as

miss the cause, or reverse or affirm the judg

ment. signment of cases that those from each su

VIII. In all criminal appeals in which the preme judicial district may be heard together as nearly as may be.

state is a party or in which any of the propIII. At least ten days prior to the com- erty of the state is involved, counsel shall mencement of each term of court, the clerk such service to be as in civil cases provided

serve their briefs upon the Attorney General, will send to the attorneys interested a print- in rule VII concerning the service of briefs ed copy of the trial docket for the term fol

on opposite counsel, provided, that in felony lowing, showing the day on wbich each cause will be heard. All attorneys interested shall tiff in error to serve printed briefs, but in

cases it shall not be necessary for the plainbe notified by the clerk of all orders of the lieu thereof may prepare five typewritten court concerning each case.

briefs and file the same with the clerk for IV. Attorneys desiring to make oral argu- the use of the court, and in addition therements shall file notice thereof with the clerk to serve one copy of the typewritten brief on of such intention at least thirty days prior the Attorney General. to the first day of the term. If no such no

IX. Application for a rehearing in any tice is served, causes will stand submitted on cause, unless otherwise ordered by the court, briefs. No motion shall be argued unless shall be made by a petition to the court signby direction of the court. One hour only, ex-ed by counsel and filed with the clerk within cept with the consent of the court, shall be fifteen days from the date on which the opinconsumed in the oral argument of a cause by ion in the cause is filed. Such petition shall counsel of either party.

briefly state the grounds upon which counsel V. All motions to the court shall be re- relies for a rehearing, and show either that duced to writing and shall contain a brief some question decisive of the case and duly statement of the facts and objects of the submitted by the counsel has been overlooked motion; and except in cases where all the by the court, or that the decision is in confacts relied upon to support the motion are flict with an express statute or controlling of record, such motions shall be supported by decision, to which the attention of the court affidavit. No motion shall be heard unless was not called, either in brief or oral argureasonable notice has been given to counsel ment, or which has been overlooked by the upon the opposite side of the case, except court, and the question, statute or decision where, in the opinion of the court, an emer so overlooked must be distinctly and particgency exists.

ularly set forth in the petition. No oral VI. Every motion to advance a cause shall argument will be allowed on an application

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