Practices and Policies
Trial dates for felony cases are assigned at arraignment and requires the attendance of all parties. The court schedules cases in compliance with its differentiated case management plan by designated track assignments based upon the complexity of the case, the number of defendants, and the anticipated length of trial.
Track A cases involve one defendant with an anticipated trial length of 2-3 days which are scheduled for trial 60 days from arraignment.
Track B cases involve multiple defendants with an anticipated trial length of up to 5 days which are scheduled for trial 90 days from arraignment.
Track C cases involve charges of serious personal injury, death, or have complicated issues which are scheduled for trial 120 days from arraignment.
Track D cases involve high profile matters or cases requiring additional time for trial preparation.