Joint Rules Title: JR6 Chapter: 6

            JR6-6-101.   Communications with the judiciary.

            (1) As used in this section, "final decision or order" means a decision or order that determines the rights of the parties and concerning which appellate remedies have been exhausted or the time for appeal has expired.

            (2) (a) A legislator may not communicate, either verbally or in writing, with a judge in reference to a particular judicial case or proceeding until a final decision or order has been made on the matter.

            (b) Inquiries to the judiciary that are merely technical or logistical in nature should be made with the Administrative Office of the Courts or a clerk of the court.