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Appeal Worksheet For Application For Leave To Appeal {DC 53}

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en-USDate of judgment/order: en-US þ en-USLAST DATE FOR FILINGen-US en-USDATE ACTUALLY FILED 1. þ a. þ File signed application for appeal in circuit court................................ en-US en-US en-US þ b. þ Pay fee in circuit court unless waived for indigency (form MC 20)...... en-US en-US en-US þ c. þ File/order transcript............................................................................ en-US en-US en-US þ þ Transcript unavailable - settled statement of facts filed along þ with certifying order........................................................................ en-US en-US en-US 2. þ Serve appellee copies of: þ a. þ Application for appeal......................................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ b. þ Order on application for appeal.......................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ c. þ Statement re: payment of fees........................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ d. þ Recorder222s/reporter222s certificate......................................................... en-US en-US en-US 3. þ File proof of service in circuit court......................................................... en-US en-US en-US en-USIf leave to appeal is granted, then do the following: 4. þ a. þ Set/file bond in district court (if applicable)......................................... en-US en-US en-US þ b. þ File copy of bond in circuit court (if applicable).................................. en-US en-US en-US þ c. þ File proof that money, property, or documents were þ delivered/deposited (if applicable)...................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ d. þ Pay district court: þ Taxable costs...................................................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ $25 appeal fee unless waived for indigency (form MC 20)................. en-US en-US en-US 5. þ a. þ en-USApplies to appellee only:en-US file appearance with circuit court and þ identify individual appellate attorneys................................................. en-US en-US en-US þ b. þ þ File cross-appeal............................................................................ en-US en-US en-US 6. þ Serve appellee copies of: þ a. þ Entire record on appeal...................................................................... en-US en-US en-US þ b. þ Bond or waiver (if applicable)............................................................. en-US en-US en-US 7. þ File proof of service in circuit court......................................................... en-US en-US en-US 8. þ File proof of service in district court........................................................ en-US en-US en-US 9. þ Transcript filed by recorder/reporter........................................................ en-US en-US en-US 10. þ Order settling and transmitting record on appeal.................................. en-US en-US en-US 11. þ Record transmitted, including transcript and docket entries................. en-US en-US en-US American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com en-USCHECKLIST FOR APPEALS FROM DISTRICT COURT TO CIRCUIT COURTen-USNOTE: This checklist should en-USnoten-US be used for appeals from an administrative agency to the circuit court. 1. þ Within 21 days or the time allowed by statute after entry of judgment, order, or decision appealed, * appellant must file: þ a. þ a signed application for leave to appeal in circuit court. The application must: þ i) þ include the date and nature of the judgment, order, or decision appealed. þ ii) þ concisely set forth appellant222s allegations of error and relief sought. þ iii) þ set forth a concise argument supporting appellant222s position to each issue that conforms with MCR 7.212(C). þ iv) þ if the order appealed is interlocutory, set forth facts showing how appellant would suffer substantial harm by awaiting þ final judgment before appealling. þ b. þ a copy of the judgment, order, or decision appealed and the opinion or findings of the district court. þ c. þ a copy of the register of actions. þ d. þ unless waived by stipulation of the parties or trial court order, a copy of certain transcripts as follows: þ i) þ in an appeal related to an evidentiary hearing in a civil or criminal case, the transcript of the evidentiary hearing, þ including the opinion or findings of the court that conducted the hearing. þ ii) þ in an appeal challenging jury instructions, the transcript of the entire charge to the jury. þ iii) þ in an appeal from a criminal judgment entered pursuant to a guilty or nolo contendere plea, the transcripts of the plea þ and sentence. þ iv) þ in an appeal from an order granting or denying a new trial, the portion of the transcript permitting the circuit court to þ determine whether the district court222s decision was for a legally-recognized reason based on arguable support in the þ record. þ v) þ in an appeal raising a sentencing issue, the transcript of the sentencing proceeding and the transcript of any hearing þ on a motion related to the sentencing. þ vi) þ in an appeal raising any other issue, the portion of the transcript substantiating the existence of the issue, objections þ or lack thereof, arguments of counsel, and any comment or ruling of the district court judge. þ vii) if the transcript is not yet available, appellant must file a copy of the certificate of the court reporter/recorder or a þ statement that a transcript has been ordered, in which case the certificate must be filed within 7 days after the þ transcript is ordered by a party or the court. If nothing is to be transcribed, appellant must file a statement to this effect þ within 7 days after the transcript is ordered. þ e. þ proof that a copy of the application was served on all other parties and that a notice of the filing of the application was þ filed with the district court. If service cannot reasonably be accomplished, appellant may ask the circuit court to prescribe þ service under MCR 2.107(E). þ f. þ the circuit court222s appeal fee, ** unless waived for indigency (form MC 20). 2. þ If appellant is a criminal defendant who has pled guilty or nolo contendere and requests appointment of an attorney within þ 21 days after entry of the judgment or sentence, application for leave to appeal must be filed within 21 days after entry of an þ order appointing or denying the appointment of an attorney or denying a timely-filed motion under MCR 7.105(A)(2). 3. þ Within 7 days after a transcript is ordered by a party or the court, the court reporter/recorder must provide a certificate that þ the transcript has been ordered, payment has been made or secured, and that it will be filed as soon as possible or has þ been filed. 4. þ Within 21 days of service of the application, any party in the case may file a signed answer that conforms with MCR 7.212(D), þ along with proof that a copy was served on all parties. 5. þ Absent good cause, the circuit court must decide the application within 35 days of the filing date. There is no oral argument þ unless directed by the court. If a decision is required on an application in fewer than 35 days, appellant must file a motion þ for immediate consideration concisely stating why an immediate decision is required. 6. þ The circuit court may grant or deny leave to appeal or grant other relief, and must promptly serve a copy of its order on the þ parties and the district court. Unless otherwise ordered, an appeal is limited to the issues raised in the application. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com en-USCHECKLIST FOR APPEALS FROM DISTRICT COURT TO CIRCUIT COURT 7. þ If the application is granted, MCR 7.104 governs further proceedings, except that the filing of a claim of appeal is not required þ and appellant must complete the acts required by MCR 7.104(D) and (E) en-USwithin 7 daysen-US after entry of the order granting þ leave. MCR 7.104(D) and (E) require appellant to: þ a. þ file a copy of the judgment, order, or decision appealed. þ b. þ file a copy of the certificate of the court reporter/recorder or a statement that the transcript has been ordered under þ MCR 7.109(B)(3

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