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What is a pre-trial conference?

On this appointed day, the Plaintiff and the Defendant are to appear before the Court in order to
discuss the case. At this conference, the Court will determine if there are any contested issues of
fact.

  • If there are contested issues of fact, the case will be referred to mediation in an
    effort to aid the parties in settling the case. Mediators will be present at the pre-trial
    conference.
  • If mediation is not successful, the mediator will send the parties back to the Judge
    who will narrow the factual issues to be resolved at trial and settle any legal issues
    which are subject to determination at the pre-trial.
  • If the case is not settled at this conference, the Court will set a time, date, and place
    for the trial.

The Plaintiff and Defendant do not bring witnesses to the pre-trial conference.


 
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