ORDER FOR PRETRIAL PREPARATION FOR CRIMINAL JURY TRIAL
CLAUDIA WILKEN, District Judge.
Good cause appearing, it is hereby ordered that:
1. TRIAL DATE
a. Jury trial will begin on January 21, 2014, at 8:30 A.M., in Courtroom 2, 4th Floor, 1301 Clay Street, Oakland, California.
b. The length of trial will be not more than 4 days.
Both sides will comply with the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Crim. L.R. 16-1, and the United States will comply with Brady v. Maryland , 373 U.S. 83 (1963) and United States v. Agurs 427 U.S. 97 (1976) .
No pretrial motions, other than motions in limine, will be filed.
4. PRETRIAL CONFERENCE
a. A pretrial conference will be held on Monday, January 6, 2014, in Courtroom 2. It shall be attended by the attorneys who will try the case.
b. Not less than one week prior to the pretrial conference, counsel shall comply with Crim. L.R. 17-1(b).
c. Jury instructions §1.1 through §1.12, §3.1 through §3.10 and §7.1 through §7.6 from the most recent Manual of Model Jury Instructions for the Ninth Circuit will be given absent objection. Counsel shall jointly submit one set of additional proposed jury instructions, ordered in a logical sequence, together with a table of contents, using the Ninth Circuit Manual where possible, not less than one week prior to the pretrial conference. Any instructions on which counsel cannot agree shall be marked as "disputed, " and shall be included within the jointly submitted instructions and accompanying table of contents, in the place where the party proposing the instruction believes it should be given. Argument and authority for and against each disputed instruction shall be included as part of the joint submission, on separate sheets directly following the disputed instruction. Counsel for the United States shall submit a verdict form. The attached questionnaire will be given to the venire members. Counsel may submit an agreed upon set of additional requested voir dire questions to be included in the questionnaire or posed by the Court. Any voir dire questions on which counsel cannot agree shall be submitted separately. Counsel may be ...