LCrRLJ 8.2. MOTIONS At the pre-jury trial conference, the parties must state with specificity all motions. If the motion has not been submitted in writing with a supporting memorandum of authorities before or during the pre-jury trial conference, the court will establish a briefing schedule. The court will determine if an evidentiary hearing is required and will set a time for a hearing on the motion(s). Except on good cause or as to routine matters, e.g., a motion to exclude witnesses, motions in limine and supporting memoranda, shall be filed at least one business day prior to trial. [Effective September 1, 2013]
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