The Court does not require the submission of a criminal trial brief. In criminal cases, the Court requires the prosecution to adhere to F.R.Cr.P 5, and the government is urged to disclose Jencks material in advance of trial. The Court does not have a set procedure for handling multi-defendant criminal "mega trials." In multi-defendant criminal trials, the Court decides at the final pretrial conference how it will allocate peremptory challenges. Disputes between the government and defense counsel regarding proposed jury instructions are settled at a hearing on the record.