LCR 43. TAKING OF TESTIMONY (a) Testimony. (3) Excusing Witness. 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 journal. (e) Evidence on Motions. (1) Generally. Motions for temporary support, suit money, restraining orders, injunctions, to dissolve injunctions and to quash or dissolve attachments shall be heard only on the pleadings, affidavits, published depositions and other papers filed unless the court otherwise directs. Except as otherwise provided in LSPR 94.04(a) or (b), any counter-affidavits shall be served upon the opposing party before the expiration of one-half the time intervening between the service of the movant's affidavits and the hearing or the movant shall have the option of a postponement of the hearing. Affidavits strictly in reply to counter-affidavits may be served and considered at the hearing.
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