LIRLJ 6.8 MOTION PRACTICE All motion settings shall be served on the Prosecuting Attorney for the County five (5) days prior to the date set on the Motion and Order Form 1503. The District Court Clerk's Office shall furnish dates each week for the hearing of motions on contested infractions. It will be at the discretion of the Judge or Commissioner, after ruling on the motion, whether the infraction can then proceed to contested hearing immediately, or be reset on a contested docket. Motions in infraction cases shall comply with the above procedure or may be stricken by the Court. (Adopted effective Sept. 1, 1997, amended effective Sept. 1, 1998, Amended effective Sept. 1, 2009) Committee Comments: LIRLJ 6.8 has been adopted for the purpose of assisting attorneys and defendants contesting infractions that require the determination of a motion to: dismiss, suppress evidence, objection to jurisdiction, objection to written statements or other issues, and will be considered by the Court only if the above Rule is followed.
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