This page, Superior Court Rule 34: Engagements of counsel, is part of
This page, Superior Court Rule 34: Engagements of counsel, is offered by
Superior Court Rules

Superior Court Rules Superior Court Rule 34: Engagements of counsel

(Applicable to civil actions)

Contact

Trial Court Law Libraries

Online

Law library locations and phone numbers Library locations 
Reference librarians online Chat with a law librarian 

Table of Contents

Rule 34

No party shall have a right to a postponement of a trial because of engagement of counsel or for the convenience of counsel or parties, but the court will grant a postponement if counsel is actually engaged before the Supreme Judicial Court or the Appeals Court and may grant a postponement because of engagement of counsel for not more than ten days or until said engagement is concluded.

No other postponement shall be granted to the same counsel except for good cause arising subsequent to the granting of the postponement.

Downloads for Superior Court Rule 34: Engagements of counsel

Contact

Online

Law library locations and phone numbers Library locations 
Reference librarians online Chat with a law librarian 
Feedback