Permission for leave to withdraw as counsel for an indigent party after an adverse final decision in the Court of Appeals or Court of Criminal Appeals and before preparation and filing of an Application for Permission to Appeal in the Supreme Court must be obtained from the intermediate appellate court by filing a motion with the Appellate Court Clerk not later than fourteen (14) days after the intermediate court's entry of final judgment.
The motion shall state that:
The motion shall be accompanied by a copy of the written notification forwarded to the indigent party. The written notification shall state:
Upon the filing of a timely motion in accord with the foregoing requirements, the intermediate appellate court, or any judge thereof, may summarily grant the motion. Upon entry of the order granting the motion to withdraw, a copy thereof will be sent to the indigent party by the Clerk, accompanied by letter notice to the indigent party of the last day within which to file an Application for Permission to Appeal.
This Rule shall apply to any case in which counsel has been appointed for an indigent party pursuant to Rule 13, Tenn. S. Ct. R.
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