RAP 16.23: ORAL ARGUMENT ON APPEAL IN CAPITAL CASES

(a) The parties may file a non-binding notice 14 days prior to oral argument that specifies the order in which issues will be presented and identifies which counsel will present the argument on each issue.

(b) At any time before receipt of such notice the clerk of the Supreme Court shall inform the parties if any member of the Court wants certain issues to be addressed during oral argument. After receipt of such notice, the clerk of the Supreme Court may notify the parties if any member of the Court wants additional issues to be addressed during oral argument.

(c) Each side is allowed 120 minutes for oral argument.

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