Rule 3 Proponents of motions to suppress at a CrRLJ 3.6 hearing shall submit in writing supported by an affidavit or document as provided in RCW 9A.72.085 a statement setting forth the facts the moving party anticipates will be elicited at the hearing no later than fourteen days before the hearing. Failure to timely file shall result in the striking of the motion. If the facts are disputed the respondent shall submit an affidavit or similar document within seven days of the hearing and an evidentiary hearing shall take place at the hearing to address the disputed facts. Failure to timely respond shall result in the court ruling on the motion on the evidence asserted by the proponent. Parties wishing to brief CrRLJ 3.6 motions to suppress shall submit briefs no later than fourteen days before the hearing if they are the proponent and responses, if any, no later seven days before the hearing. Failure to comply with this schedule may result in the court refusing to accept and/or read the briefs, at the court's discretion. Filing of the statements and briefs may be accomplished be facsimile machine transmission no later than midnight of the date in question.
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