(a) No discovery may be conducted but the parties are urged to exchange information prior to the trial.
(b) Written motions and responses may be filed prior to trial. Motions may be made orally or in writing at the beginning of the trial. No motions will be heard prior to trial.
(c) One postponement of the trial date per side may be granted by the clerk of the court. To request a postponement, a party must file a motion for postponement with the court at least 5 business days before trial. The clerk will give notice to the other party. A postponement for more than 45 calendar days may be granted only by the judge. The court may require the party requesting the postponement to pay the costs incurred by the other party.