The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge D. Lowell Jensen United States District Judge
ORDER FOR CRIMINAL PRETRIAL PREPARATION
Good cause appearing, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:
Trial before the JURY shall begin on 9/21/09, at 9:00am in Courtroom 1.
The estimated length of trial is two weeks.
All motions shall be heard on 9/11/09 at 11:00am in Courtroom 1. All motions shall be filed and served by 8/28/09. Any opposition shall be filed and served by 9/4/09. Before filing any motion, counsel for each party shall confer concerning any matter covered by Crim L.R. 17.1-1 relevant to the case, in particular subparagraphs (1), (2) and (3).
A Pretrial Conference shall be held on 9/11/09 , at 11:00am in Courtroom 1. Not less than three days before the Pretrial Conference, counsel for the Government shall:
(1) Serve and file a trial memorandum briefly stating the legal bases for the charges and the anticipated evidence, and addressing any evidentiary, procedural or other anticipated legal issues;
(2) Serve and file a list of all witnesses who may be called, together with a brief summary of the testimony of each;
(3) Serve and file proposed jury instructions on all substantive issues and on any procedural issue not adequately covered by the Court's standard instructions (which are published in the Ninth Circuit Manual of Model Jury Instructions);
(4) Serve and lodge a proposed form of verdict and proposed questions for jury voir dire; and
(5) Serve and lodge copies of all exhibits to be offered at trial, together with a complete list of those exhibits. Each item shall be premarked using the form attached; generally, the government shall use numbers and the defendant shall use letters. (See attachment)
Not less than three days before the Pretrial Conference, defense counsel shall comply with subparagraphs (3) and (4) above, and, to the extent consistent with the defendant's right to an effective defense, with subparagraphs (1), (2) and (5) above.
In particular, counsel shall confer in advance and be prepared to discuss with the Court any anticipated evidentiary objections and any means for shortening and simplifying the trial (e.g., by stipulating to such matters as chain of custody, nature of substances, use of the mails, etc.)
Each document filed or lodged with the Court must be accompanied by a copy for use ...