LCrRLJ 8.2 MOTIONS At the pre-jury trial conference, the parties must state with specificity all motions and counsel may be required to articulate on the record the basis for any motion. If by the pre-jury trial conference, the motion is not made in writing and submitted with a written memorandum of authorities in support of the motion, the moving party shall file no later than 7 days following the pre-jury trial conference such written memorandum, unless otherwise allowed by the court. Opposing counsel may be ordered to serve and file a memorandum of authorities in opposition to the motion. The court will determine if an evidentiary hearing is required and will set a time for a hearing on the motions. The parties, at the pre-jury trial conference or as soon thereafter, shall inform the court if a special setting may be required due to the anticipated length of the hearing (in excess of 30 minutes). [Effective September 1, 2006]
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