(a) Computing time. Thefollowing rules apply in computing any time period specified in these rules,any local rule or court order, or in any statute that does not specify a methodof computing time.
(a)(1) When the periodis stated in days or a longer unit of time:
(a)(2) When the periodis stated in hours:
(a)(3) Unless the courtorders otherwise, if the clerk?s office is inaccessible:
(a)(3)(A) on the lastday for filing under Rule 6(a)(1), then the time for filing is extended to thefirst accessible day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday; or
(a)(4) Unless adifferent time is set by a statute or court order, filing on the last daymeans:
(a)(5) The ?next day? isdetermined by continuing to count forward when the period is measured after anevent and backward when measured before an event.
(a)(6) ?Legalholiday? means the day for observing:
(a)(6)(A) New Year?sDay;
(a)(6)(B) Dr. MartinLuther King, Jr. Day;
(a)(6)(C) Washington andLincoln Day;
(a)(6)(D) Memorial Day;
(a)(6)(F) Pioneer Day;
(a)(6)(G) Labor Day;
(a)(6)(H) Columbus Day;
(a)(6)(I) Veterans? Day;
(a)(6)(K) Christmas; and
(a)(6)(L) and anydesignated by the Governor or Legislature as a state holiday.
(b) Extending time.
(b)(1) When an act mayor must be done within a specified time, the court may, for good cause, extendthe time:
(b)(2) A court must notextend the time for taking any action under the rules applying to a judgment ofacquittal, new trial, arrest of judgment and appeal, unless otherwise providedin these rules.
(c) Additional timeafter service by mail. When a party may or must act within a specified timeafter service and service is made by mail, three days are added after theperiod would otherwise expire under paragraph (a).