YAR 1.5 ORDER OF DOCKET (a) During regular sessions, the docket shall be posted and available from the clerk of the Court, except as modified from time to time by the Court or except as provided by YMLAR 1.5(b). (b) Suppression motions pursuant to CrRLJ 3.5 and/or 3.6 may be specially set by the Court so as to minimize the impact on regular court business. Such motions shall be heard on the second and third Monday afternoon of the month or any other time designated by the judge hearing the motion. Before noon on the Wednesday before the motion hearing, the prosecutor, defense attorney or the defendant, if appearing pro se, shall confirm the motion, or advise that some other type of disposition has been reached, to the clerk of the court by written mailed confirmation, attorney messenger service or faxing the court. Confirmation must be received by the noon deadline to be effective. (c) Civil matters, other than infractions, may be set on a docket designated to accommodate the parties. (d) For good cause shown, the Court may set any matter at other times and days.
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