NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT
- pdf version of this notice
- Draft rules
- Maine Digital Court Records Access Rules
- Amendments to the Maine Rules of Civil Procedure (except Family Division rules)
- Amendments to the Family Division rules of the Maine Rules of Civil Procedure
- Amendments to the Maine Rules of Unified Criminal Procedure
STATE OF MAINE
SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT
NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR COMMENT
Drafts of new Maine Digital Court Records Access Rules
and related amendments to the
Maine Rules of Unified Criminal Procedure and the
Maine Rules of Civil Procedure, including Family Division Rules
Comments due by Wednesday, March 27, 2019, at noon
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court invites comments on drafts of a new Digital Court Records Access Rules and related amendments to the Maine Rules of Unified Criminal Procedure and the Maine Rules of Civil Procedure, including the Family Division rules. The proposed new rules and amendments are available at the links above.
Comments must be submitted separately for each set of rules. For example, if a commenter wishes to comment on both the Access Rules and the Rules of Civil Procedure, the commenter must file two separate comments: one on the Access Rules and one on the Rules of Civil Procedure.
Any comments must be filed with the Clerk of the Supreme Judicial Court by noon on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Comments may be in writing, mailed to the address below, or in an email sent to email@example.com. If the comments are in an attachment to the email, the attachment must be a document in portable document format (.pdf). The Clerk's Office will acknowledge receipt of the email via reply email.
All comments must contain (1) the name and mailing address of the individual submitting the comments, and (2) the name, mailing address, and primary telephone number of the organization (if any) on whose behalf the comments are submitted. An individual need not be an attorney to submit comments individually or on behalf of an organization.
Comments are public documents and may be posted on the Court's website.
Dated: February 27, 2019
Maine Supreme Judicial Court
205 Newbury Street Room 139
Portland, Maine 04112-0368