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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO CASE NO. _______________________ THE STATE OF OHIO, Vs. : : Judge Berens CRIMINAL PRETRIAL ENTRY ______________________________ : Defendant. : This matter came on for a pretrial conference on _______________, pursuant to Rule 17.1 of the Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure. Counsel for the State and counsel for the Defendant appeared. The Defendant (did) (did not) appear. The agreements of the parties and/or Orders and Findings of the Court, are set forth as follows: 1. Discovery (A) (B) Discovery requested: by State (yes) (no) by Defendant (yes) (no) Discovery (has) (has not) been completed. Description of outstanding discovery: _________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ (C) (D) The State shall provide complete discovery not later than______________ The Defendant shall provide complete discovery not later than _________ 2. Pretrial Motions (A) Pretrial motion(s) filed by State: (yes) (no) Defendant: (yes) (no) Describe: ___________________________________________________ (B) (C) (D) Pretrial motion(s) to be filed on or before___________________________ Memoranda contra to be filed on or before _________________________ Pretrial motion(s) hearing date will be set by the Court's Assignment Commissioner. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com (E) Pretrial Motion in Limine by State: (yes) (no) by Defendant: (yes) (no) Describe: ___________________________________________________ Pretrial Motion(s) in Limine to be filed on or before _______________ or ____________ to be considered at trial. 3. Trial (A) (B) (C) (D) Trial by (jury) (court). The number of witnesses expected to be called by the State is _________ The number of witnesses expected to be called by the Defendant is _____ A list of all witnesses expected to be called to testify shall be submitted to the Court and opposing counsel no later than 8:30 a.m. on the first day of trial. The estimated length of trial is __________ day(s). Jury View requested: (yes) by ____________________ (no) If view requested, location:______________________________________ (E) (F) 4. Date for Trial (A) The Defendant (does) (does not) agree to waive speedy trial provisions. Speedy Trial waiver filed with Clerk: (yes) (no) If so, date of filing: ____________. The parties agree that the speedy trial provisions require that the trial in this matter be held not later than ____________. The Trial in this matter is scheduled to commence on __________________ at 9:00 a.m. or __________ will be scheduled by the Court's Assignment Commissioner. (B) (C) 5. Guilty or No Contest Pleas Plea hearings shall be conducted as soon as practicable after the Defendant has notified the Court of the Defendant's intention to enter a change of plea. Plea hearings are to be conducted no later than on or before the Friday preceding the scheduled trial date. For good cause shown, upon written motion and memorandum filed not later than the American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Friday preceding the scheduled trial date, the Court will conduct a plea hearing after the Friday preceding the scheduled trial date. 6. Application for Community Control Pursuant to Local Rule 3.4, in all cases in which a defendant intends to apply for community control, counsel for the defendant will obtain from the Court an application for community control and have the Defendant complete it. The application is to be submitted to the Court at the pretrial or, for good cause shown, at a later time designated by the Court. The application is available by contacting the Fairfield County Community Control Department at (740) 652-7340 or at www.co.fairfield.oh.us/Commonpleas/documents/CommonPleasCommunityControlApplication.pdf. Application for Community Control submitted by Defendant: (yes) (no) 7. Victim Impact Statement(s) Required pursuant to R.C. 2947.051: (yes) (no) 8. Exhibits (A) All documents and exhibits must be marked for identification purposes prior to trial. A list of all exhibits shall be submitted to the Court and opposing counsel on the first day of trial. Large exhibits used for demonstrative purposes must be made available in a legible form no larger than 8-1/2" by 14" or in a legible form that may be folded to no larger than 8-1/2" by 14". (B) (C) 9. Juror Questionnaires Jury Questionnaires will be available during the week prior to trial by contacting the Jury Manager, Kelly Starkey at (740) 652-7433 or (614) 322-5275. 10. Stipulations All stipulations shall be reduced to writing and filed with the Clerk of Court not later than 8:30 a.m. on the first day of trial. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 11. Jury Instructions, Interrogatories and Verdict Forms Jury Instructions, specific to the issues to be tried, and Interrogatories and Verdict Forms shall be submitted to the Court and served on opposing counsel on the first day of trial. 12. Other ______________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ It is so Ordered. ________________________________ Judge Richard E. Berens Copies to: Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney Attorney for Defendant - American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com