PAMCLCrRLJ 4.11 READINESS HEARING When the defendant has not waived, or the plaintiff has made demand for, the right to a jury trial, all cases shall be set for a readiness hearing. At this hearing: (a) Each party will announce its intention to proceed to jury trial; (b) All remaining pretrial issues will be raised and resolved, including, but not limited to, requests for subpoena and subpoena duces tecum, motions for joinder or severance, and motions to compel compliance with any court rules or order. Issues not raised at the conclusion of this hearing will be deemed waived, except when court efficiency or due process of law requires further hearing for presentation of evidence, submission of pertinent legal authority, and/or argument; (c) The case will be set for jury trial, if not waived by defendant or demanded by the plaintiff pursuant to CrRLJ 6.1.1(b); and (d) Each party will acknowledge in writing that it is subject to and bound to comply with PAMCLCrRLJ 4.12 in all respects. The presence of the parties at this hearing is mandatory, unless waived by order of the court. (adopted June 30, 2005 effective September 1, 2005: amended June 27, 2011 effective September 1, 2011)
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