12) FILING AND SERVICE - M.R.A.P. 25
Filing may be accomplished by mail; however, filing shall not be timely unless the documents are received by the Clerk within the time fixed for filing. Briefs and record excerpts are deemed filed on the day of mailing; however, to be deemed filed on the day of mailing, a certificate shall be attached. This certificate should be signed by the person mailing the document, identify the original document and number of copies being filed with the Clerk, identify the parties served with a copy, and specify the date of mailing. Papers received without a certificate shall be deemed filed on the date the document is received by the Supreme Court Clerk. Unopposed procedural and emergency relief motions may be filed by FAX transmission. A document in excess of 5 pages shall not be filed without prior leave of the Clerk. A paper may be filed by FAX only if opposing counsel can be served by FAX.