Attachment To Consent Order For Expedited Jury Trial {EJT-020A} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | California

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Attachment To Consent Order For Expedited Jury Trial {EJT-020A}

This is a California form that can be used for Expedited Jury Trial Program within Local County, Sacramento.

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PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER: DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT: CASE NUMBER: ATTACHMENT TO [PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER FOR EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL As part of the [Proposed] Consent Order for Expedited Jury Trial, the parties have agreed to the following (check all items on which agreements have been reached and describe in detail. ): 1. Modifications of the timelines for pretrial submissions required by rule 3.1548 of the California Rules of Court (describe timeline): 2. Limitations on the number of witnesses per party, including expert witnesses (describe): 3. Modifications of statutory or rule provisions regarding exchange of expert witness information and presentation of testimony by such witnesses (describe): 4. Allocation of time periods stated in rule 3.1550 of the California Rules of Court, including how arguments and cross-examination may be used by each party in the three-hour time frame (describe): 5. Any evidentiary matters agreed to by the parties, including any stipulations or admissions regarding factual matters (state such matters in detail): 6. Any agreements about what constitutes necessary or relevant evidence for a particular factual determination (describe): Page 1 of 2 ATTACHMENT TO [PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER FOR EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL Code of Civil Procedure, § 630.01 - 630.12; Cal. Rules of Court, rules 3.1545-1552 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER: ___ DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT: 7. CASE NUMBER: Agreements about admissibility of particular exhibits or demonstrative evidence that are presented without the legally required authentication or foundation (describe): 8. Agreements about admissibility of video or written depositions and declarations (describe): 9. Agreements about any other evidentiary issues or the application of any of the rules of evidence (describe): 10. Agreements to use photographs, diagrams, slides, electronic presentations, overhead projections, notebooks of exhibits, or other methods for presenting information to the jury (describe): 11. Agreements concerning the time frame for filing and serving motions in limine (describe): 12. Agreements that fewer than eight jurors may hear this case (describe): 13. Agreements concerning the number of jurors required for to reach a verdict in this case (describe, including any agreements regarding loss of juror after trial starts): 14. Other agreements (describe): 15. ___ pages are attached, with further details concerning items (list items): Page 2 of 2 ATTACHMENT TO [PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER FOR EXPEDITED American LegalNet, Inc. JURY TRIAL www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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