a. Each courtroom will reserve at least two (2) one-half hours per week during which the court will hear contested motions, which do not involve the testimony of witnesses, including but not limited to motions to dismiss; motions under Rule 12; motions supported by affidavit; motions relating to discovery; and motions for continuance; as well as any other motions or matters which the court, in its discretion, may choose to hear.
c. Prior to calendaring the motion, as designated by the court in Rule 4.1 above, the attorney for the party seeking the hearing on a contested motion shall consult with the court’s bailiff to obtain a specific hearing time for the motion.
d. In the event of vacation, extended illness, or prolonged absence of the judge to whom the case is assigned, the attorney seeking a hearing upon a motion shall contact the Juvenile Court Administrator’s office to make arrangements regarding a hearing on the motion.
a. The hearing on a probable cause finding granting immediate custody of a juvenile in a delinquency or status offense case shall be heard within twenty-four (24) hours of the juvenile’s being taken into custody, or on the next judicial day.
b. The hearing on an ex parte order granting immediate temporary custody in a child abuse/neglect case filed under Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247(3)(a) shall be heard within ten (10) calendar days of the date of the entry of such order by the court.
c. All other ex parte motions, excluding those described in Rule 4.3(a) or (b) above, shall be heard within ten (10) calendar days after the ex parte order granting said ex parte motion was signed.