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            SIGN-IN:  Irrespective of the order in which listed, each case is subject to call for argument at the time indicated on the scheduled day.  Accordingly, attorneys and pro se parties appearing for argument must sign in at the Clerk's Office.

* * * Special time limits previously established.

          RECORDS:  The transcript and bill of exceptions must be returned to the Clerk of the Court of Appeals no later than June 30, 2014, unless requested sooner by the Clerk.

 

Lincoln, June 18, 2014

LANET S. ASMUSSEN

Review Docket

 

          The following cases are being considered for possible submission without oral argument.  See Rule § 2-111(B)(1).  A three judge panel will determine whether oral argument in these cases will be beneficial. Counsel will be notified no later than 4:00 p.m. on July 2, 2014 whether they need to appear for argument or whether the case will be submitted on the briefs.

 

July 8 or 9, 2014, at 9:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m.

A-13-0922

State v. Nguot

Sarpy

A-13-0958

State v. Ernstmeyer

Lancaster

A-13-1061

State v. Johnston

Kearney

A-13-0884)
A-13-0885)

In re Interest of Josiah R.
In re Interest of Nathaniel R.

Scotts Bluff

A-14-0102

In re Interest of Luka W.

Hall

A-14-0077)
A-14-0078)
A-14-0079)

In re Interest of Averie G.
In re Interest of Serenity G.
In re Interest of Christopher G.

Scotts Bluff

A-14-0116

In re Adoption of Raymond L.

Lincoln

A-13-0508

Hansen v. French

Douglas

 

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