APPEALS TO SUPREME COURT
19-2803. Record on appeal — Oral argument — Exhibits — Presentence report on appeal. (a) The clerk’s record and the reporter’s transcript in an appeal of a criminal action to the supreme court shall contain such portions and documents of the proceedings of the district court, and be prepared, processed and transmitted to the supreme court as provided by rule of the supreme court. Argument of a criminal appeal shall be as prescribed by rule of the supreme court, but the defendant shall not have any right to appear at the time of oral argument unless otherwise ordered by the supreme court.
(b) In any case where a presentence report is relevant to any issue on appeal, and is transmitted to the supreme court or the court of appeals for such use, the clerk of the district court shall serve a copy of the report on the attorney general and on appellate counsel for the defendant.
(c) In any case where a documentary exhibit is transmitted to the supreme court or the court of appeals for use in appellate proceedings to which the state or any of its officers is a party in an official capacity, the clerk of the district court shall serve a copy of the exhibit on the attorney general and on appellate counsel for the defendant.
[19-2803, added 1977, ch. 170, sec. 12, p. 439; am. 1986, ch. 124, sec. 1, p. 325; am. 2000, ch. 108, sec. 1, p. 238.]