SCLCrRLJ 8.2 MOTIONS Rules CrRlJ 3.5 and 3.6 and CRLJ7(b) shall govern motions in criminal cases. Unless a motion is made during a hearing (other than the pre-trial hearing) or trial, it shall be made in writing, shall state with particularity the grounds therefore, and set forth the relief or order sought. The motion shall be filed prior to or at the pre-trial hearing, except for good cause shown. A hearing date and time for the motion will be set by the court at the pre-trial hearing. (a) Any brief, memorandum, documents and affidavits in support of the motion must be filed and served on opposing counsel two weeks prior to the actual hearing date on the motion, except for good cause. Any response brief, memorandum, documents and affidavits must be filed and served on opposing counsel one week prior to the actual hearing date, except for good cause. (b) A courtesy copy of any brief, memorandum, documents and affidavits filed in support of and in response to the motion must be provided for the Judge at the time of filing.
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