Rule 6-2. Appeals Prosecuted For Purposes Of Delay.

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(a) Motion alleging delay. When counsel for the appellee has examined the record and believes that the appeal has been prosecuted merely for the purposes of delay, counsel may file a motion alleging such delay with a plea to the Court to advance and affirm.

(b) Contents of motion. The motion shall provide citations to the record to show that the appeal has been prosecuted merely for the purpose of delay. Counsel shall state in the motion that he or she has carefully examined the record and specify the reasons for the belief that the appeal has been filed for the purpose of delay.

(c) Procedure. The motion shall be in the form required by Rule 2-1 and will be called for submission three weeks after filing.

(d) Response. Counsel for the appellant may file a response within 21 days of the filing of the motion.

Associated Court Rules: 
Rules of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of the State of Arkansas
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Article VI. Special Proceedings