United States District Court, D. Maryland
AMENDED MEMORANDUM TO COUNSEL
W. GRIMM, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
memorandum confirms the trial date that has been set in this
case and it provides the schedule for this case and certain
instructions relating to trial preparation.
28, 2018 Deadline for Motions in Limine
4, 2019 Deadline for Responses to Motions in Limine
4, 2019 Deadline for submitting Joint Pretrial
Order; Joint Proposed Voir Dire Questions, Jury Instructions,
and Special Verdict Forms; and any Unagreed Proposed Voir
Dire Questions, Jury Instructions, and Special Verdict Forms.
January 11, 2019 at 9:00AM Pretrial Conference and
Motions In Limine Hearing
February 19, 2019 at 9:00AM Jury Selection
February 20, 2019 at 9:00 AM Seven-Day Jury Trial to
pretrial order must comply with all provisions of Local Rule
106. The purpose of this proposed order is to summarize what
is established and what needs to be resolved at trial. The
proposed pretrial order shall include final stipulations, or
requests for stipulations, of specific facts, which include
the legal theories relied upon in each claim and defense.
See Loc. R. 106.2(f). With regard to evidence, the
proposed pretrial order must include a detailed list of
“exhibits the parties agree may be offered in evidence
without the usual authentication.” Loc. R. 106.2(h).
The list of documents should be detailed and include each
document by title. The list of witnesses must satisfy Local
Rule 106.2(i). For depositions under Fed.R.Civ.P. 32, the
parties shall include “[a] list of the pages and/or
lines of any portion of a deposition to be offered in a
party's case in chief or any counter-designations.”
Loc. R. 106.2(k). If the parties do not plan to use
depositions in their cases in chief, they may indicate the
same and reserve the right to use depositions for
impeachment. The parties will indicate their agreement, or
lack thereof, as to admissibility of each document and any
testimony to be presented as evidence. See Loc. R.
106.2(g), (1), (m).
addition to the information required by Local Rule 106.2(j),
the pretrial order shall include for each party a concise
summary of the opinion testimony expected from each witness
identified by that party pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 26(a)(2)(A)
and (B) who may testify at trial. See Loc. R.
106.2(m). The parties shall identify those witnesses
designated pursuant to Rule 26(a)(2)(A) separately from those
designated pursuant to Rule 26(a)(2)(B).
Motions in Limine and Responses in Opposition should be
submitted in informal letters of no more than three pages,
single-spaced, for each discreet evidentiary issue.
Dire, Jury ...