LCR 43. TAKING OF TESTIMONY (a) Testimony. (3) Excusing Witnesses. A witness under subpoena is excused from further attendance as soon as testimony has been given, unless either party makes request in open court that the witness remain in attendance or be subject to recall. Witness fees will not be allowed on subsequent days unless the court has required the witness to remain in attendance, which fact shall be noted by the clerk in the court. (4) Telephonic Testimony. Witnesses may not testify telephonically except upon prior court approval. (e) Evidence on Motions. (1) Generally. Motions for temporary support, attorney’s fees and costs, restraining orders, injunctions, to dissolve injunctions and to quash or dissolve attachments shall be heard only on the pleadings, affidavits or declarations, published depositions and other papers filed unless the court otherwise directs. [Adopted September 1, 1991; amended effective September 1, 2004.]
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