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 Jury Demand

 

 United States District Court
 Central District of California

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 Timing

Within 14 Days of Last Pleading Directed to Jury Issue

Serving the other parties with a written demand which may be included in a pleading no later more...

Filing the demand in accordance with Rule 5. . more...

Calculating the Due Date or Deadline Pursuant to the FRCP

Under amended FRCP 6(a)(1), all deadlines stated in days, no matter the length of the period, are computed more...

When determining the last day of a filing period stated in days, a day on which the clerk's more...

The end of the last day of a period is defined as midnight in the court's time zone more...

In determining what is the "next" day, one must continue counting in the same direction - that is, more...

Legal holidays are set forth and defined at Rule 6(a)(6). . more...

Waiver and Withdrawal

A party waives a jury trial unless its demand is properly served and filed. A proper demand may more...

Removed Actions

As Affected by State Law

A party who, before removal, expressly demanded a jury trial in accordance with state law need not renew more...

Under Rule 38

If all necessary pleadings have been served at the time of removal, a party entitled to a jury more...

Local Rule -- Deadlines for Jury Demand after Removal

If a case is removed to the Central District before it is at issue, any demand for jury more...

 Rules & Requirements

Any or All Issues Triable by Jury

On any issue triable of right by a jury, a party may demand a jury trial by: more...

Serving the other parties with a written demand which may be included in a pleading no later more...

Filing the demand in accordance with Rule 5. . more...

Specification of Issues

The demand may specify that only some of the issues raised by the action be tried by a more...

Opposing Party May Demand Jury Trial on Other Issues

If the demand is for jury trial on fewer than all issues triable by a jury, the opposing more...

Jury Demand In Pleading

If the demand for jury trial is included in a pleading, that demand must be set forth at more...

Marking Civil Cover Sheet Insufficient to Demand Jury

Marking the civil cover sheet to indicate that a jury is demanded does not constitute a jury demand. more...

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