5) ATTORNEY REVIEW - M.R.A.P. 10(b)(5)
After service of the lower court clerk's notice of completion, the appellant may review the record for 14 days. The appellant shall then deliver the record to the appellee along with a written statement of any proposed correction to the record. The appellee has 14 days to review the record. At the expiration of this period, the appellee returns the record to the trial court clerk along with a written statement of any proposed correction to the record. Agreed corrections are made by stipulation. Disputed corrections are presented to the trial court judge for determination. Such corrections shall be completed within 7 days. If it is determined that a supplemental record must be filed, the order of the trial court judge shall specify the due date for filing the supplemental record and the party responsible for the record preparation. A motion to extend the attorney review time is filed in the trial court and a copy served on the Supreme Court Clerk. A copy of the Order granting or denying the motion for additional review time is served on the Supreme Court Clerk. After all corrections have been made or supplemental record prepared, the appeal record is delivered to the Supreme Court Clerk.