(a) Generally. Dispositions in a juvenile offense proceeding beyond the standard range for such offenses shall be reviewed on the merits by accelerated review as provided in this rule.

(b) Accelerated review by motion. The accelerated review of the disposition shall be done by motion. The motion must include (1) the name of the party filing the motion; (2) the offense in a juvenile offense proceeding; (3) the disposition of the trial court; (4) the standard range for the offense; (5) a statement of the disposition urged by the moving party; (6) copies of the clerk's papers and a written verbatim report of those portions of the disposition proceeding that are material to the motion; (7) an argument for the relief the party seeks; and (8) a statement of any other issues to be decided in the review proceeding.

(c) Motion procedure controls. Unless otherwise specified in this rule, the motion procedure, including a party's response, is governed by rule 17.

(d) Accelerated review of other issues. The decision of issues other than those relating to the juvenile offense disposition may be accelerated only pursuant to rules 18.8, 18.12, or 18.13A.

(e) Supreme Court review. A decision by the Court of Appeals on accelerated review that relates only to a juvenile offense disposition is subject to review by the Supreme Court only by a motion for discretionary review on the terms and in the manner provided in rules 13.3(e) and 13.5A.

(f) Schedule. The accelerated review shall include a schedule for filing the record on review, the motion, response, and reply, and setting oral argument.

[Amended December 5, 2002; September 1, 2006; October 2, 2008.]