LCrRLJ 8.2 MOTIONS AND APPLICATIONS-NOTICE-SERVICE All amendments to the charges, pleas, or pre-trial motions shall be made at the time of the readiness hearing. Motions shall be supported by an affidavit or declaration under penalty of perjury of a person with testimonial knowledge, setting forth the facts to be elicited at an evidentiary hearing. Motions shall not be considered at the time of trial unless they could not have been raised at the time of the readiness hearing or the judge at the time of readiness hearing expressly continues such motions to the time of trial. Absent good cause, motions for dismissal or suppression of evidence in criminal cases shall be in writing and shall be provided to the Court and the opposing party at least 10 days before the readiness hearing. Response briefs are due two days before the hearing. Any witnesses necessary to establish issues on motions shall be subpoenaed by the moving party. If a proper motion is not received by the court 10 days prior to the scheduled hearing, the motion hearing shall be stricken. (Adopted effective September 1, 2008)
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