3.1 Within fifteen (15) days of the filing of a petition, the county attorney shall make available to opposing counsel and to any and all guardians ad litem, all documents in the county attorney’s possession which support the filing of such petition. In turn, all counsel have a corresponding obligation to take proper steps to request and obtain such documents from the county attorney’s office. The county attorney shall timely supplement, as additional documents become available.
3.2 Within twenty-one (21) days of the detention hearing or arraignment, whichever comes first, of a Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(3)(a), (3)(b), or (3)(c) case, the court shall hold a pretrial conference.
3.4 At least one (1) day prior to the pretrial conference, all counsel, including parties appearing pro se, shall sign and file a proposed pretrial schedule with the court, delivering a copy of the same to the bailiff, indicating whether the matter is contested or can be disposed of by a plea agreement.
c. Whether agreement has been reached by the parties regarding deadlines for conducting discovery; the filing of pretrial motions; the exchange of witness lists; and the identification of exhibits, indicating the proposed deadline for each;
e. Stipulations regarding the advisability/necessity of certain evaluations to be performed prior to trial, and identifying with respect to each: the nature of each evaluation; the person(s) upon whom it is to be performed; what arrangements have been made or need to be made in order to obtain such evaluation; and the amount of time needed to complete the evaluation and for the parties to obtain the written report of the same;