Idaho Appellate Rule 30. Augmentation or Deletions From Transcript or Record.
(a) Any party may move the Supreme Court to augment or delete from the settled reporter's transcript or clerk's or agency's record. Such a motion shall be accompanied by a statement setting forth the specific grounds for the request and attaching a copy of any document sought to be augmented to the original motion and to two copies of the motion which document must have a legible filing stamp of the clerk indicating the date of its filing, or the moving party must establish by citation to the record or transcript that the document was presented to the district court. Any requestfor augmentation with a transcript that has yet to be transcribed must identify the name of the court reporter(s) along with the date and title of the proceeding(s), and an estimated number of pages, and must contain a certificate of service on the names reporter(s). The motion and statement shall be served upon all parties. Any party may within fourteen (14) days after service of the motion, file a brief or memorandum in opposition thereto. Unless otherwise expressly ordered by the Supreme Court such motion shall be determined without oral argument. The reporter's transcript and clerk's or agency's record may also be augmented or portions deleted by stipulation of the parties and order of the Supreme Court. The filing of a motion to augment shall not suspend or stay the appellate process or the briefing schedule.
(b) Form. The request for augmentation with additional transcript that has yet to be transcribed shall be in substantially the following form:
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(Adopted March 25, 1977, effective July 1, 1977; amended March 31, 1978, effective July 1, 1978; amended April 11, 1979, effective July 1, 1979; amended March 20, 1985, effective July 1, 1985; amended March 26, 1992, effective July 1, 1992; amended March 24, 2005, effective July 1, 2005; amended January 3, 2008, effective March 1, 2008; amended February 4, 2008, effective March 1, 2008; amended March 19, 2009, effective July 1, 2009; amended January 4, 2010, effective February 1, 2010.
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