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Old March 28, 2014, 12:46 PM   #262
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After arguing that the AG has no statutory right to intervene, Appellants conceded that the court nonetheless has discretionary authority under the rule to grant the motion.
This is the question I asked...does the Court actually have the discretion to let the AG intervene? Especially in light of the arguments against such intervention.

The other question is if the Court is bound to make a decision within a certain time. Seen some comments that they usually have to opine within a week, some have said three weeks.

Thanks in advance.
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