LIRLJ 3.1(e) PRE-HEARING MOTIONS IN INFRACTION CASES REPEALED - September 1, 2006 (1) Notice of all pre-hearing motions in infraction cases shall be in writing and shall be served upon the opposing counsel and filed with the court not later than fourteen (14) days prior to the date scheduled for hearing unless good cause is shown. (2) Unless otherwise noted for special hearing by the parties or at the direction of the Court, pre-hearing motions shall be heard on the date scheduled for hearing of the infraction immediately prior to commencement of the scheduled infraction hearing. (3) All pre-hearing motions and supporting briefs shall be filed not later than fifteen (15) days prior to the date scheduled for hearing. All responsive briefs shall be filed not later than seven (7) days after service of the motion and supporting briefs. Failure to comply with the time frames set forth herein may be grounds for sanctions. Failure to timely file the motion may also result in the Court not hearing the motion or requiring the filing of a waiver of the right to speedy hearing. (4) An original and bench copy of each pleading and supporting document shall be filed with the court. Adopted June 26, 2002 [Effective September 1, 2002]
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