LCrRLJ 4.7 CHALLENGE TO BAC DATAMASTER – SANCTIONS (b)(4) If the defendant seeks to challenge the condition or operation of the BAC Verifier DataMaster or the admissibility of any test conducted with the instrument, he or she must serve written notice of the challenge and the grounds therefore on the prosecuting attorney at least 7 days prior to the trial date. Failure to provide timely notice will constitute a waiver of such challenge. (g)(7)(iv)Motions for sanctions may be heard on any regularly scheduled court day, provided that notice has been provided to opposing party at least 48 hours (excluding weekends and holidays) prior to the hearing, and that such motions are in writing and filed and served on the opposing party at least 6 business days before the scheduled trial date. [Former Rules No. 10 and 15, renumbered and amended effective September 1, 1997]
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