The court, in its discretion, may grant the parties permission to participate in oral argument. Factors considered in determining whether to grant oral argument include:
whether the resolution of the appealed issues would establish legal precedent; and
whether oral argument would significantly aid the court in deciding the issues on appeal.
Each party shall be allotted 15 minutes to make its presentation to the court, including the showing of motion pictures, unless otherwise authorized by the court.
Unless otherwise authorized by the court, each party shall be allotted 15 minutes to make its presentation to the court, including the showing of motion pictures.
Any party desiring to show motion pictures at the oral argument must inform the court and all other parties in writing within 30 days after the transcript is received by the court. This notice must indicate the length of time necessary for viewing. The party shall furnish the necessary projection equipment on the day of the hearing. The court may on its own motion require the showing of motion pictures when necessary for a full and fair adjudication of a case.
MS s 175A.07
10 SR 698; 13 SR 981; 19 SR 1131
May 13, 1997
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes