RAP 16.10: PERSONAL RESTRAINT PETITION--BRIEFS

(a) Briefs Allowed. The following briefs may be, but need not be, filed:

(1) Petitioner's Opening Brief. Petitioners opening brief, which should be filed with the petition.

(2) Petitioner's Reply Brief. Petitioners reply brief, which should be filed within 30 days after the answering brief is served on petitioner.

(b) Brief Required. Respondent must file an answering brief within the time the response must be filed.

(c) Briefs at Request of Appellate Court. The appellate court may call for additional briefs at any stage of the consideration of the petition.

(d) Content and Style of Briefs. The content and style of briefs is governed by rules 10.3 and 10.4.

(e) Reproduction and Service of Briefs. Briefs must be filed with the clerk of the appellate court. Briefs will be reproduced and served by the clerk.

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