LLCrRLJ 3.6(c) Suppression Hearing Procedure A party moving to suppress evidence must file a written motion that sets forth in detail the specific factual and legal grounds for the motion. The motion should be filed with the court at least seven (7) days prior to the pretrial hearing. Said motion 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. The matter will be set for evidentiary hearing only if the judge at a pretrial hearing finds that there are facts in dispute. A copy of the motion and supporting documents must be served on the opposing party at least five court days prior to the date set for hearing. As a matter of professional courtesy, the parties shall file bench copies of all motions, affidavits, and memoranda at the time of filing of the original documents. Adopted effective 9/1/98; Amended rule effective 9/01/06
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