All documents and things to be used as exhibits, together with a list describing the documents or items, shall be submitted to the Clerk of the Court at least three (3) working days before a scheduled proceeding (evidentiary hearing or trial).
Exhibits shall be presented individually organized and separated and each exhibit with multiple pages or items (such as photographs) shall be appropriately fastened to avoid intermingling. Numerical or financial information should be collected, identified and presented in a demonstrative compilation or summary format. (Use of colored paper as a cover sheet for each exhibit is the preferred method of separating and organizing exhibits.)
Copies of all documentary exhibits are to be provided to the Court a judge’s copy and opposing counsel/litigant (a copy to the other side) at least three (3) working days before a scheduled proceeding. If a party intends to introduce an exhibit which is not a paper exhibit of the size 8½ inches by 11 inches, the party shall produce a photograph or copy of the exhibit in paper form in the size 8½ inches by 11 inches. (Use of hearing notebooks or trial notebooks with an index or table of contents is the preferred method of providing copies to the Court (judge) and opposing counsel/litigant.)