SWMCrRLJ 8.2 MOTIONS (a) All motions, unless made during a hearing or trial, shall be made in writing and shall state with particularity the grounds therefore, and set forth the relief or order sought. (b) Motions for continuance shall be made in writing, in person, via fax or e-mail by the defendant or the defense attorney. No telephone motions for continuances will be accepted. (Adopted effective September 1, 2000, amended effective September 1, 2003) (c) The Court, on it’s own motion or motion of the defendant or the prosecuting attorney, may continue a scheduled court appearance in the interest of justice or as authorized in CrRLJ 3.3. (Effective September 1, 2003) (d) Upon agreement by both parties, the Clerk is authorized to continue a hearing without leave of Court upon request of either party within five days of the date the case is set for hearing/trial by issuance of notice. (Effective September 1, 2003) (e) A request to extinguish or modify a No Contact Order in a Domestic Violence case may only be made by a party to the case. The party must file a request on a form prescribed by the Court. All parties and the alleged victim must be served with written notice at least five court days before any hearing to consider such a request. (effective September 1, 2003) (f) A request to re-impose a No Contact Order in a Domestic Violence Case may only be made a victim/party to the case and the party must file a written motion on a form prescribed by the Court. All parties must be served with written notice at least five court days before any hearing to consider such a request. (Effective September 1, 2003)
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