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Last updated: 10/13/2022

Felony Case Pretrial Order {CR-370 ANCH}

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Page 1 of 2 CR-370 ANCH (1/19)(cs) FELONY JUDICIAL ASSIGNMENT AND INITIAL SCHEDULING ORDER IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE ) STATE OF ALASKA ) Plaintiff, ) vs. ) ) Case No. 3AN- CR ) Defendant. ) Arraignment Date: ) FELONY JUDICIAL ASSIGNMENT AND INITIAL SCHEDULING ORDER 1. Assignment: This case is assigned to Judge for all purposes, except bail hearings, which shall be before the scheduled bail/arraignment judge. 2. Criminal Rule 45 deadline: As of arraignment date, day(s) have run. A party must file any objection within five days in writing or the objection will be waived. 3. Initial Hearing Dates and Deadlines: A. Discovery to be completed by 20th day after arraignment: B. Prosecution Pretrial Discovery Report to be served by 30 th day after arraignment: C. Defense Pretrial Discovery Report to be served by the 40 th day after arraignment: D. Discovery Hearing: to be held by the 49 th day after arraignment. E. Trial Scheduling Hearing: to be held by the 63 rd day after arraignment. Hearings will be held at: 2:00 p.m. Courtroom (Judge ) 2:30 p.m. Courtroom (Judge ) 3:00 p.m. Courtroom (Judge ) 4. Pretrial Conferences. a. The defendant may cancel the discovery hearing by sending an email to the assigned b. A party my request a compliance hearing to address allegations of the failure of a party to adhere to its obligations concerning discovery, disclosure requirements, or oconference day or at another time. I certify that on the day of a copy of the above was distributed to each of the following: DAO PDA/OPA-AJR Other Defense Counsel Assigned Judge Clerk American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com No VRA Screening Necessary Page 2 of 2 CR-370 ANCH (1/19)(cs) FELONY CASE PRETRIAL ORDER 5. a. The parties are expected to discuss the selection of a trial month prior to the scheduling hearing in order to explore the availability of witnesses. b. At the scheduling hearing the defendant shall select the month within which trial should occur, as long as the selected month is within the expected time for trial for setting the trial month. c. scheduling hearing until the last day of the month selected. Rule 45 will begin running on the first day of the month after the selected trial month. d. If, at the scheduling hearing, the defendant does not want to toll Rule 45, then the judge will set a date for trial before the current expiration of Rule 45. 6. Bail Hearings. Bail hearings must be requested in writing through Calendaring by faxing to 907.264.0637 a completed Application for First Bail Review Hearing (CR-301) or Application for Second or Subsequent Bail Review Hearing (CR-302). Bail hearings will be set by Calendaring before the first available judge. Bail review is limited to the requests made on forms CR-301 and CR-302. If a defendant is unable to proceed at the scheduled bail hearing, the bail hearing will be continued to the next available date and time. Bail hearings will not be scheduled before the assigned judge unless expressly requested by the assigned judge. 7. Effective Date. This Order is effective for all cases filed on or after October 15, 2018. Date Catherine M. Easter Deputy Presiding Judge Superior Court Criminal Dept Date William Morse Presiding Judge Third Judicial District American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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