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Question: Our judge said he would take our case under advisement. How much time does she have? We are at 8 weeks at this point.
When a judge takes a case under advisement technically they have 60 days to make a decision. Rule 91 ee) Determination of Matters Within Sixty Days Report Every matter submitted for determination to a judge of the superior court for decision shall be determined and a ruling made not later than sixty days from submission thereof, in accordance with Section 21. Article VI of the Arizona Constitution. Each superior court clerk shall report to the Administrative Director of the Courts, in writing, on the last day of March, June, September and December, in each year, all matters in that court submitted for decision sixty days or more prior to the date of such report and remaining undecided on the date of the report. The report shall contain the title of each action or proceeding, the matter submitted, the judge to whom submitted, and the date of submission.
Our judge said he would take our case under advisement. How much time does she have? We are at 8 weeks at this point.
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