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Order For Hearing On Motion For Appropriate Relief CR-221 - North Carolina

Order For Hearing On Motion For Appropriate Relief Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Criminal Statewide .
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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA Film No. County In The General Court Of Justice District Superior Court Division STATE VERSUSName Of Defendant/Petitioner ORDER FOR HEARING ON MOTION FOR APPROPRIATE RELIEF G.S. 15A-1411Offense The undersigned Judge has reviewed the Motion For Appropriate Relief and finds that the petitioner is indigent. The Motion alleges facts that require an evidentiary hearing. It is ORDERED that: 1. The petitioner may prosecute this proceeding without providing for the payment of costs. 2. The attorney named below is appointed and directed to represent the petitioner in this proceeding and is given the number of days listed below to contact the petitioner and to amend the petition if the attorney deems such to be in the best interests of the petitioner. Name Of Attorney County Bar Membership Number Of Days To Contact Petitioner 3. The District Attorney shall have thirty (30) days after receiving a copy of such amendment or notice that no amendment shall be filed in which to answer the petition. 4. This matter is calendared for an evidentiary hearing at the session of the court listed below. The District Attorney is directed to set the time of hearing during this session when jurors are not scheduled to be present in court and to obtain the Defendants presence in Court. Date Of Court Session 5. The Clerk of Superior Court shall send copies of this order to the Defendant-Petitioner, to his/her attorney and to the District Attorney. Date Name Of Presiding Judge (Type Or Print) Signature Of Presiding Judge AOC-CR-221, Rev. 7/2000 2000 Administrative Office of the Courts Original - File Copy - Defendant
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