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Jury Pretrial Order {10}

This is a North Carolina form that can be used for District 30 within Local County.

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF DISTRICT COURT DIVI SION FILE NO ] ] Plaintiff(s), ] vs. ] JURY PRE -TRIAL ORDER ] ] Defendant(s) ] th THIS MATTER is before the Court for pre-trial conference pursuant to 30 Judicial District Local Rule 7. It appears to the Court that all pleadings have been filed and there are no motions pending for decision. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED: (1). That all discovery procedures, including the taking of all depositions, adverse examinations and independent physical examinations shall be concluded on or before the day of , 200 , and the case be calendared for trial at the session of court. (2). That the attorneys or parties exchange copies of all exhibits, or permit inspection of those exhibits wherein the making of copies is impractical, prior to the date of trial. All exhibits to be offered into evidence must be marked and numbered with evidence stickers prior to trial. (3). The attorneys or parties shall prepare a typewritten list of all witnesses to be used at the trial and furnish a copy of the same to opposing counsel prior to trial. (4). The attorneys or parties are directed to prepare a statement showing the education, experience and qualifications of all expert witnesses, and that a copy of same be furnished to opposing counsel when the case is called for trial. (5). The attorneys or parties are directed to hold a conference at least one week prior to the trial of the case to explore the possibility of settlement. In the event the case cannot be settled, the attorneys or parties will prepare a statement of all uncontroverted facts and present the same to the Court in the form of a stipulation to be read to the Jury, The attorney for the plaintiff shall initiate the conference. (6). The attorneys or parties shall agree upon issues and file them with the Court in writing before the case is called for trial. In the event they cannot agree, the attorneys for each side or parties shall present their issues in writing for consideration by the Court. (7). Other matters considered by the court. This the day of , 20 . District Court Judge 1

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