TMCLR 3.6 SUPPRESSION PROCEDURE A. Pleadings and Determination regarding Hearing: Motions to suppress physical, oral or identification evidence other than motions pursuant to Rule 3.5 shall be in writing supported by an affidavit or document as provided in RCW 9A.72.085 or any law amendatory thereto, setting forth the facts the moving party anticipates will be elicited at a hearing. If there are no disputed facts, the court shall determine whether an evidentiary hearing is required. If the court determines that no evidentiary hearing is required, the court shall set forth its reasons on the record for not conducting an evidentiary hearing. B. Time Limits: Pleadings required for compliance with this rule shall be submitted in writing to the court and the non- moving party at least 14 days in advance of the request for a 3.6 hearing. Responsive pleadings may be submitted within 7 days from date of receipt of the motion for a 3.6 hearing to the moving party and the court. Failure to provide responsive pleadings shall be considered a waiver of the right to file responsive pleadings. C. Decision: The court, on the record, shall state findings of fact and conclusions of law based upon the pleadings submitted pursuant to TMCLR 3.6B.
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