UGCrR 4.11 STATUS HEARINGS (1) The status-hearing is designed to determine the readiness of the case for trial, to provide accurate information to the Court as to which cases are actually expected to proceed to jury trial, or where appropriate, bench trial, and to address pre-trial issues. (2) The parties and/or their attorneys should be prepared to exchange witness lists, address pre-trial motions and stipulations, discuss jury instructions where applicable, evidentiary issues other than those requiring a hearing pursuant to CrRLJ 3.5 and 3.6, the amount of time required for trial, whether or not a jury will be waived, and any other relevant issues. (3) Petitions or Notices of Intent to File for Deferred Prosecution may be filed at the status hearing and then scheduled for subsequent hearing by the Court.
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