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Fifth Judicial District Court

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LR5-1001. Duplicating of tapes.

  1. Ten (10) working days notice must be given to the clerk by anyone requesting the duplication of tapes filed in the clerk's office. In the case of an emergency, the ten (10) day requirement shall be waived by court order only.
  2. The district attorney's office and the public defender's office must furnish the clerk of the district court with sufficient blank tapes for the duplication of tapes filed in the clerk's office.
  3. Only one set of tapes per party will be reproduced without a court order showing good cause. A record will be made of the tapes duplicated and a receipt given by the receiving party.
  4. Non-indigent persons must pay four dollars ($4.00) per tape for the reproduction of tapes plus any certification fees.
  5. Any subpoena duces tecum used to circumvent the time limits of this rule shall issue only upon order of a district judge for emergency reasons only.
  6. This rule does not apply to the reproduction of tapes for the appellate courts or grand jury proceedings.

[Approved, effective April 1, 1999.]

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