LCR 6. TIME. (d) Motions and Other Papers. (1) Scope of Rules. Except when specifically provided in another rule, this rule governs all motions in civil cases. See, for example, LCR 56 and LCR 94.04. (2) Dates of Filing, Hearing and Consideration. (A) Filing and Scheduling of Motion. The moving party shall serve and file all motion papers no later than six (6) court days before the date the party wishes the motion to be considered. A motion must be scheduled by a party for hearing on an appropriate motion docket for the type of matter to be heard. (B) Working Copies. Working copies of the motion and all papers in support or opposition, if provided, shall be delivered to the judge who is to hear the motion no later than the day they are to be served on all other parties, at 215 South Oak Street, #209, Colville, WA 99114, regardless of which county in which the motion is filed. The working copies of all papers shall be marked on the upper right corner of the first page with the date, time and county of hearing and the name of the judge. (C) Opposing Papers. Any party opposing a motion shall file the original responsive papers in opposition to a motion, serve copies on parties and deliver any working copies to the judge as in (B) above no later than 12:00 noon two court days before the date the motion is to be heard. (D) Reply. Any papers in strict reply shall be filed, copies served on parties, and any working copies delivered to the hearing judge as in (B) above no later than 12:00 noon on the court day before the date of the hearing. (E) Sanctions. Any material offered at a time later than required by this rule, and any reply material which is not in strict reply, will not be considered by the Court over objection of counsel except upon the imposition of appropriate sanctions, unless the Court orders otherwise. [Adopted effective September 1, 2004.]
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