RULE 11. PROPOSED JURY INSTRUCTIONS A. Proposed jury instructions shall be typewritten. Each instruction shall be typed on a separate sheet of paper which bears no marking identifying either the party or the attorney presenting the instruction. NO CITATION OR OTHER EXTRANEOUS MATTER SHALL APPEAR ON A PROPOSED INSTRUCTION, EXCEPT AS HEREINAFTER PROVIDED. B. Prior to the commencement of trial, the proposed instructions shall be distributed as follows: 1. One (1) assembled and numbered copy shall be filed with the Clerk; 2. The original and 2 copies, all of which shall be assembled, shall be delivered to the Court. 3. Two (2) copies, both of which shall be assembled and numbered and shall have placed thereon the citation of supporting authorities, including the number of any applicable Washington Pattern Instruction, shall be delivered as follows: 1 to the Court and 1 to opposing counsel. C. Copies of Washington Pattern Instructions are not provided by the Court. If such instructions are proposed, they must be submitted in typed form with the suitable number of copies as outlined above.
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