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Idaho Criminal Rule 27. Stipulations Not Binding on Court; Continuance of Trial or Hearing

 

The parties to any action may present to the court a stipulation about any procedural matter involved in any proceeding, including a stipulation to vacate or continue a hearing or trial. A stipulation is considered as a joint motion by the parties to the court for its consideration, and is not binding on the court. The court may approve or disapprove the stipulation in the same manner as the court rules on a motion. The court may, by oral or written notice to the parties, limit the time within which a motion or stipulation to vacate or continue a hearing or trial must be made in order to be considered by the court.

 

(Adopted February 22, 2017, effective July 1, 2017.)

As the Third Branch of Government, we provide access to justice through the timely, fair, and impartial resolution of cases.

 

Members of the
Idaho Supreme Court

Chief Justice Roger S. Burdick
Justice Daniel T. Eismann
Justice Warren E. Jones
Justice Joel D. Horton
Justice Robyn M. Brody



Members of the
Idaho Court of Appeals

Chief Judge David W. Gratton
Judge Sergio A. Gutierrez
Judge John M. Melanson
Judge Molly J. Huskey

 

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