Idaho Appellate Rule 111. Argument by Telephone Conference Call.
Oral argument to the Court of Appeals may be held by telephone conference call of all members of the court, all attorneys for the parties and the clerk by stipulation of all parties and approval by the court. If oral argument has been held or waived by stipulation, the court, upon finding that additional dialogue would be useful, may order argument by telephone conference call. Any argument under this rule shall follow the general format established for oral argument under Rule 37, to the extent practicable. The court may limit oral argument under this rule to particular questions or issues. The clerk shall record oral argument made by telephone conference call under this rule.
Adopted March 27, 1989, effective July 1, 1989.)
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