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A scheduling order, setting all dates, is entered and mailed to counsel after the scheduling conference.

Motions relating to sentencing, sentencing memoranda, and all other documents relating to sentencing are optional but must be filed no later than one (1) week before the date set for sentencing. The filing party shall furnish a copy of all filed documents to the probation officer. Any such motion, memoranda or other document shall and will be struck by the Court if not timely filed.


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