Introducing oral testimony at a hearing in California is the topic of this blog post.Introducing oral testimony at a law and motion hearing in California requires that the party that wants to introduce the oral testimony to file and serve a notice of intention to introduce oral testimony in California pursuant to the provisions of California Rule of Court 3.1306(b) at least three (3) Court days before the hearing.
The notice of intention to introduce oral testimony at a law and motion hearing in California should specify the name of the person that will testify, a description of the matters as to which they will testify and an estimate of the total time required for the hearing, including the oral testimony.
The notice of intention to introduce oral testimony at a law and motion hearing in California should be served on all parties that have made an appearance. When the notice of intention to introduce oral testimony in California is filed less than five (5) Court days before the hearing, the filing party must serve a copy on the other parties in a manner to assure delivery to the other parties no later than two days before the hearing. See California Rule of Court 3.1306(b).
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