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Valentine v. Villwok

United States District Court, D. Nebraska

February 12, 2018

VERONICA VALENTINE, Plaintiff,
v.
LISA VILLWOK, #1764; and JENNIFER HANSEN, #1585; Defendants.

          ORDER RE: TRIAL PREPARATION

          MICHAEL D. NELSON UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE

         1. CIVIL TRIAL SCHEDULE:

         This matter is scheduled for trial the week of February 19, 2018, and the first day of trial will be Tuesday, February 20, 2018, subject only to the Court's need to commence any previously scheduled criminal trial in which a Speedy Trial Act deadline exists.

         2. PRETRIAL MOTIONS:

         A. Continuance

         Motions to continue trial are referred to Magistrate Judge Michael D. Nelson for decision. Any motion to continue trial must be filed with the Clerk of the Court, together with a supporting affidavit, as soon as is practicable. The moving party shall send a proposed order to Magistrate Judge Nelson at nelson@ned.uscourts.gov.

         B. Evidentiary Hearings

         Please notify Chief Judge Smith Camp's chambers by email at smithcamp@ned.uscourts.gov immediately upon filing any pretrial motion not already addressed requiring an evidentiary hearing pursuant to Fed.R.Evid. 104 so that a hearing may be held before trial.

         3. DISCOVERY MATERIAL:

         Parties seeking to submit materials in a manner different from the following requirements must seek leave of the court. Materials submitted outside of the following deadlines without leave of the court may be deemed withdrawn. Use of discovery material as substantive evidence is controlled by the Pretrial Order and the following requirements:

         A. Depositions:

         Proponent: The party seeking to use a deposition at trial must deliver a paper copy of the deposition to my chambers at least 24 hours before the deposition is to be presented at trial. If less than the entire deposition will be offered, the proponent must 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: The party seeking to use a deposition at trial must also submit a list or index of unresolved objections to the court in a motion in limine filed electrically at least 24 hours before the deposition is to be presented at trial. The list or index of objections must identify the location of the objection by page and line as well as the precise nature of the objection.

         B. Video ...


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