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Old 03-19-2013, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by oink View Post
I do however have some "new exhibits", which will further add credit to my stance, and will just like to know when next I can get a chance to hand them all into the continued record?
The case conference is without prejudice. You WILL NOT enter any evidence at a conference. Hence, unless there are orders on consent at the conference, the Conference documentation doesn't for part of the contueing record. You will use your evidence in motions to support your position of your motion/pleading. Don't forget you don't know what is going to come out of the mouths of the "other side". People/lawyers aren't always honest and frank in the courts.

Short answer: to get your evidence into the continueing record, you have to first file for a motion. What would be the purpose of entering evidence where not motion is at hand?

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