In this case, the Colorado Court of Appeal held that the filing of a motion for post-trial relief pursuant to C.R.C.P. 59 does not toll the time limits imposed in appeals of dependency and neglect cases pursuant to C.A.R. 3.4.

The Court looked to the plain language of C.A.R. 3.4 and C.R.C.P. 59 in determining that a notice of appeal, filed more than 90 days after entry of the termination order, without any motion for extension of time, was untimely.

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