Form CR-371 "Felony Trial Scheduling Order" - Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE
)
STATE OF ALASKA
)
Plaintiff,
)
vs.
)
)
Case No. 3AN-
CR
)
Defendant.
)
FELONY TRIAL SCHEDULING ORDER
)
1.
Selected Trial Month:
The defendant has selected the month within which trial
should occur. The prosecution has verified that witnesses are available. A trial call
hearing will be held in the middle of the month before the trial month to establish the
sequence in which cases will proceed to trial.
2.
Criminal Rule 45: As of the date of this scheduling hearing,
day(s) have run.
A party must file any objection within five days in writing or the objection will be waived.
The defendant’s selection of the trial month constitutes a tolling of Rule 45 from the
date of the scheduling hearing until the last day of the month selected. Rule 45 will
begin running on the first day after the selected trial month.
3.
Hearing Dates and Deadlines: Filing deadlines are mandatory. Unless the court
otherwise directs, failure to comply with these deadlines shall be deemed a waiver of the
scheduled proceeding and/or subject counsel to sanctions as provided by law.
A. Selected Trial Month:
Estimated Trial Days:
B. Trial Call Hearing:
Hearings will be held at:
2:30 p.m. in Courtroom
before Judge
4.
Shortened Periods for Certain Peremptory Challenges.
If a judicial assignment is made in a criminal case at trial call or during the scheduled
trial month, the time for filing a Criminal Rule 25 peremptory challenge to the newly
assigned judge shall be two business days following notice.
I certify that on the
day of
a copy of the above
was distributed to each of the following:
DAO
PDA/OPA-AJR
Other Defense Counsel
Assigned Judge
Clerk
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CR-371 ANCH (8/19)(cs)
FELONY TRIAL SCHEDULING ORDER
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE STATE OF ALASKA
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT AT ANCHORAGE
)
STATE OF ALASKA
)
Plaintiff,
)
vs.
)
)
Case No. 3AN-
CR
)
Defendant.
)
FELONY TRIAL SCHEDULING ORDER
)
1.
Selected Trial Month:
The defendant has selected the month within which trial
should occur. The prosecution has verified that witnesses are available. A trial call
hearing will be held in the middle of the month before the trial month to establish the
sequence in which cases will proceed to trial.
2.
Criminal Rule 45: As of the date of this scheduling hearing,
day(s) have run.
A party must file any objection within five days in writing or the objection will be waived.
The defendant’s selection of the trial month constitutes a tolling of Rule 45 from the
date of the scheduling hearing until the last day of the month selected. Rule 45 will
begin running on the first day after the selected trial month.
3.
Hearing Dates and Deadlines: Filing deadlines are mandatory. Unless the court
otherwise directs, failure to comply with these deadlines shall be deemed a waiver of the
scheduled proceeding and/or subject counsel to sanctions as provided by law.
A. Selected Trial Month:
Estimated Trial Days:
B. Trial Call Hearing:
Hearings will be held at:
2:30 p.m. in Courtroom
before Judge
4.
Shortened Periods for Certain Peremptory Challenges.
If a judicial assignment is made in a criminal case at trial call or during the scheduled
trial month, the time for filing a Criminal Rule 25 peremptory challenge to the newly
assigned judge shall be two business days following notice.
I certify that on the
day of
a copy of the above
was distributed to each of the following:
DAO
PDA/OPA-AJR
Other Defense Counsel
Assigned Judge
Clerk
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No VRA Screening Necessary
5.
Motions.
Daubert-Coon
a.
motions must be filed at least 30 days before the first day of the trial
month to allow time for an evidentiary hearing if on is needed. Failure to file these
motions by the deadline will constitute a waiver of the issue.
b. The proponent of evidence is subject to Evidence Rule 404(b) shall file a motion
to allow that evidence at least thirty days before the first day of the trial month to
allow time for evidentiary hearing if one is needed. The proponent must identify the
specific conduct sought to be admitted and the Rule 404(b)(1) theory of
admissibility. Failure to file the motion by the deadline will constitute a waiver of the
issue and prohibition of the evidence.
in limine
c. Motions
and motions for trial protective orders must be filed at least two
days before the first day of the trial month to allow time for an evidentiary hearing if
one is needed. Failure to file these motions by the deadline will constitute a waiver
of the issues.
6.
Bail Hearings.
Bail hearings must be requested in writing through Calendaring by faxing to
907.264.0637 a completed Application for First Bail Review Hearing (CR-301) or
Application for Second or Subsequent Bail Review Hearing (CR-302). Bail hearings will
be set by Calendaring before the first available judge. Bail review is limited to the
requests made on forms CR-301 and CR-302. If a defendant is unable to proceed at the
scheduled bail hearing, the bail hearing will be continued to the next available date and
time. Bail hearings will not be scheduled before the assigned judge unless that judge
makes that request.
7.
Effective Date.
This Order applies to all felony cases a) filed on or after October 15, 2018, or b) that
have a pretrial conference after October 15, 2018.
Date
Catherine M. Easter
Deputy Presiding Judge
Superior Court – Criminal Dept
Date
William Morse
Presiding Judge
Third Judicial District
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