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Selected Standing Orders

Appellate Courts | Trial Courts

Appellate Court Orders

Court of Appeals Orders

  • Standing Order No. 3
    Guidelines for Publication of Court of Appeals Decisions.
  • Standing Order No. 7
    Relating to Voluntary Dismissals of Appeals.
  • Standing Order No. 9
    Order Giving Immediate Effect to Court of Appeals Decisions in Bail Appeals.
  • Standing Order No. 10
    Exempting Court of Appeals Litigants from Appellate Rule 503(b)(5)’s Requirement that all Motions be Accompanied by a Proposed Order.
  • Standing Order No. 11
    Requiring Court of Appeals Litigants who File Pleadings by a Method Other Than Physically Delivering Them to the Anchorage Courthouse to Promptly Notify the Appellate Court Clerk’s Office.
  • Standing Order No. 12
    Relating to Extensions of Time for Filing Briefs in the Court of Appeals.
  • Standing Order No. 13
    Authorizing the Electronic Filing of Pleadings and the Electronic Distribution of Notices and Orders.

Trial Court Orders

Statewide | First Judicial District | Second Judicial District | Third Judicial District | Fourth Judicial District

The following orders are selected Presiding Judge Orders, and other standing orders of the trial courts, listed either as statewide orders, or by judicial district. Some orders affect all courts in the district; some orders affect only certain court locations within the district. There are four judicial districts. See Alaska courts listed by judicial district for the court locations in each district.

Statewide Orders

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First District Orders

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Second District Orders

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Third District Orders

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Fourth District Orders

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