LCrR 4.5 Pre-trial Hearing. (a) All cases scheduled for jury trial shall be set for pre-trial hearing. The court should set all pre-trial hearings no later than 45 days after arraignment. The prosecutor, defense counsel and the defendant shall attend the pre-trial hearing. If the defendant fails to appear for the pre-trial hearing, a warrant for the arrest of the defendant may issue. If the prosecutor or defense counsel fails to appear at the pre- trial hearing, the court may impose terms and any other sanctions authorized by law, and the court may continue or strike any scheduled hearing or trial date. [Adopted effective December 1, 1987; Amended effective September 1, 2001.]
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