ORDER RE: TRIAL PREPARATION
F.A. GOSSETT, Magistrate Judge.
1. PRETRIAL MOTIONS:
A. Continuance. Any motion to continue a trial must be accompanied by a supporting affidavit and a proposed order, and delivered to Magistrate Judge Gossett.
THE FOLLOWING MATERIAL MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED DATE OF TRIAL
2. PRETRIAL SUBMISSIONS:
A. The following documents shall be filed electronically with the Clerk of the Court: trial brief, witness list, proposed jury instructions and verdict form(s).
B. In addition, each party shall e-mail to my chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org) the proposed jury instructions, verdict form(s), witness list, and exhibit list, preferably in WordPerfect format.
3. DISCOVERY MATERIAL:
Use of discovery material as substantive evidence is controlled by the Pretrial Order and the following requirements:
Proponent: The proponent of a deposition to be used at trial shall deliver a copy of the deposition to my chambers. If less than the entire deposition will be offered, the proponent shall deliver: (1) a list or index designating by page and line(s) the testimony to be offered, and (2) a copy of the entire deposition with highlighted parts to be offered.
Objections: A list or index of objections to another party's designated deposition testimony shall be delivered to my chambers and shall identify by page and line the location of the objection and shall identify the precise nature of the objection.
B. Videotaped Depositions:
Proponent: Videotaped depositions shall be delivered to my chambers as stated in the previous paragraph. The proponent shall provide a transcript with the ...