LCrRLJ 4.5. PRETRIAL HEARING (a) At arraignment a defendant shall be given a pre-trial date only. (b) All parties shall be expected to have exchanged discovery. Parties shall discuss the need for hearing any motions, including but not limited to 3.5, 3.6, Hamrick and Knapstad motions. (c) At pretrial the parties must resolve the case or advise that the case is ready for trial, at which time, a readiness hearing and trial date will be set. (d) If an attorney has had no contact with his/her client by the date of the readiness hearing, a warrant shall issue.
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