Douglas County District Court Rule Limits Length of Digital Affidavits

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The Daily Record

The Nebraska Supreme Court approved a rule amendment to the Rules of the District Court of the 4th Judicial District that limits the length of digital submissions of affidavits and exhibits in domestic relations cases.

The amended rules specify that affidavits submitted in digital format — including by fax, email or other digital media — shall be no more than 10 aggregate pages.

Affidavits that exceed an aggregate total of 10 pages should be submitted in hard copy.

The amended rules also pertain to documentary exhibits and affidavits submitted to the court or a court reporter. Exhibits and affidavits should be submitted to the court and any opposing parties at least 48 hours prior to the hearing. The court may choose to decline to receive into evidence any exhibit or accept any affidavit unless it’s been submitted in compliance with the amended rules.

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