34 ORDER OF DOCKET (a) Criminal matters will be heard first, starting with arraignments. At the court's discretion, priority can be given to criminal matters in which the defendant is represented by an attorney, in order to minimize the effect of attorney fees on the criminal justice system. After criminal matters are complete, then civil matters, including infractions, will be heard, regardless of whether or not either party is represented by an attorney. (b) For good cause shown, the Court may adjust the schedule to accommodate conflicts, disabilities, or other good causes and set any matter at other times and days, or adjust the order of the docket.
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