LCR 16. PRETRIAL CONFERENCE AND TRIAL CONFERENCE (a) Pretrial conference. A pretrial conference may be conducted in civil cases in the manner, and for the purposes, set forth in CR 16. (b) Trial conference. Civil jury trials will be preceded by a conference, on the record unless a record of the trial has been waived, beginning at 9:00 a.m. on the first trial day unless otherwise ordered by the court. If the conference is expected to exceed 60 minutes, the parties shall obtain a specially-set time from the court administrator. Counsel for the parties shall attend. The conference will address administrative matters relating to the trial, and resolve motions in limine and other motions entertained by the court. Civil bench trials may be preceded by a conference on request of a party or on the court's motion. Adopted April 1, 1997; amended 2005; amended, re-numbered and re-codified effective September 1, 2012]
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