State of Hawaii v. Trump
Attorney Appeal Packet re #346 Notice of Appeal filed by Defendants, 9CCA NO. 17-16426. (Attachments: #1 Notice of Appeal, #2 Instructions for Civil Appeals, #3 Additional Instructions for Transcript Designation and Ordering Form, #4 Letter Re: Court Reporters, #5 Transcript Designation and Ordering Form, #6 Docket Sheet) (emt, )CERTIFICATE OF SERVICEParticipants registered to receive electronic notifications received this document electronically at the e-mail address listed on the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF). Participants not registered to receive electronic notifications were served by first class mail on the date of this docket entry
FOR TRANSCRIPT DESIGNATION AND ORDERING FORM
In addition to the specific instructions included on the enclosed form, the following
guidelines are offered:
This form is sent to the appellant and appellee upon the filing of the notice of appeal.
The appellant should notify the appellee, in writing, within 10 days from the filing of
the notice of appeal of his planned designation or non-designation as the case may be,
per FRAP 10(b) and Circuit Rule 10-3.1. (If less than the entire transcript is designated,
a “Statement of the Issues to be Presented on Appeal” should be filed with the United
States Court of Appeals and served upon the appellee within ten days from the filing
of the notice of appeal.)
The appellee should notify the appellant of any further designations, following the
appropriate rule, i.e. within twenty (20) days from the filing of the notice of appeal.
If the appellant is unable to contact the appellee or does not receive any response within
the time prescribed, this information should be noted on the designation form.
The appellant should then complete the enclosed form and send a copy to the court
reporter(s), (in cases involving multiple reporters, serve a copy to each reporter), the
District Court Clerk’s Office, and to opposing counsel. This should be done within
thirty (30) days from the filing of the notice of appeal. (Note: the appellant should
complete and file the enclosed form even if the designated transcripts are already on
file. A notation to that effect should be noted on the enclosed form).
If opposing counsel wishes to file a supplemental designation of transcript, a motion
to supplement the record must be filed with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The District Court will not accept or file any late designations without an order from
the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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