Form EJT-022A "Attachment to Proposed Consent Order for Voluntary Expedited Jury Trial/Agreement of Parties (Mandatory Expedited Jury Trial Procedures)" - California

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EJT-022A
Plaintiff/Petitioner:
CASE NUMBER:
Defendant/Respondent:
ATTACHMENT TO
[PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER FOR VOLUNTARY EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL
AGREEMENT OF PARTIES (MANDATORY EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL PROCEDURES)
(This attachment may be used with form EJT-018 OR EJT-020)
The parties have agreed to the following (check all items on which agreements have been reached and describe the agreements in
detail. If more space is needed for any item, use form MC-025 and complete item 15 below):
1.
(For voluntary expedited jury trial cases only) Modifications of the timeline for, or other aspects of, the pretrial submissions
required by rule 3.1548 of the California Rules of Court (describe timeline or other changes):
2.
Limitations on the number of witnesses per party, including expert witnesses
(describe):
3.
Modifications of statutory or rule provisions regarding exchange of expert witness information and presentation of testimony
by such witnesses
(describe):
4.
Allocation of time periods stated in rule 3.1550 of the California Rules of Court, including how arguments and
cross-examination may be used by each party in the five-hour time frame (describe):
5.
Agreement as to any evidentiary matters, including any stipulations or admissions regarding factual matters (state such
matters in detail):
6.
Agreement about what constitutes necessary or relevant evidence for a particular factual determination (describe):
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Form Approved for Optional Use
ATTACHMENT TO
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 630.01–630.29;
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 3.1545–3.1553
[PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER or
EJT-022A [Rev. July 1, 2016]
www.courts.ca.gov
AGREEMENT OF PARTIES
EJT-022A
Plaintiff/Petitioner:
CASE NUMBER:
Defendant/Respondent:
ATTACHMENT TO
[PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER FOR VOLUNTARY EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL
AGREEMENT OF PARTIES (MANDATORY EXPEDITED JURY TRIAL PROCEDURES)
(This attachment may be used with form EJT-018 OR EJT-020)
The parties have agreed to the following (check all items on which agreements have been reached and describe the agreements in
detail. If more space is needed for any item, use form MC-025 and complete item 15 below):
1.
(For voluntary expedited jury trial cases only) Modifications of the timeline for, or other aspects of, the pretrial submissions
required by rule 3.1548 of the California Rules of Court (describe timeline or other changes):
2.
Limitations on the number of witnesses per party, including expert witnesses
(describe):
3.
Modifications of statutory or rule provisions regarding exchange of expert witness information and presentation of testimony
by such witnesses
(describe):
4.
Allocation of time periods stated in rule 3.1550 of the California Rules of Court, including how arguments and
cross-examination may be used by each party in the five-hour time frame (describe):
5.
Agreement as to any evidentiary matters, including any stipulations or admissions regarding factual matters (state such
matters in detail):
6.
Agreement about what constitutes necessary or relevant evidence for a particular factual determination (describe):
Page 1 of 2
Form Approved for Optional Use
ATTACHMENT TO
Code of Civil Procedure, §§ 630.01–630.29;
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 3.1545–3.1553
[PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER or
EJT-022A [Rev. July 1, 2016]
www.courts.ca.gov
AGREEMENT OF PARTIES
EJT-022A
Plaintiff/Petitioner:
CASE NUMBER:
Defendant/Respondent:
7.
Agreement about admissibility of particular exhibits or demonstrative evidence presented without the legally required
authentication or foundation (describe):
Agreement about admissibility of video or written depositions and declarations (describe):
8.
9.
Agreement about any other evidentiary issues or the application of any of the rules of evidence (describe):
10.
Agreement to use photographs, diagrams, slides, electronic presentations, overhead projections, notebooks of exhibits, or
other methods for presenting information to the jury (describe):
11.
Agreement concerning the time frame for filing and serving motions in limine
(describe):
12.
Agreement that fewer than eight jurors may hear this case
(describe):
13.
Agreement concerning the number of jurors required to reach a verdict in this case
(describe, including any agreement
regarding loss of juror after trial starts):
14.
Other agreements
(describe):
15.
Form MC-025 is attached, with further details concerning items
(list items):
EJT-022A [Rev. July 1, 2016]
ATTACHMENT TO
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[PROPOSED] CONSENT ORDER or
AGREEMENT OF PARTIES
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