Rule 2. Time.
(a) Computing time. The following rules apply in computing any timeperiod specified in these rules, any local rule or court order, or in anystatute that does not specify a method of 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 time after service by mail. When a party may or must actwithin a specified time after service and service is made by mail, three daysare added after the period would otherwise expire under paragraph (a).
Effective November 1,2015