Rule 9070-1 Exhibits.
(a) Paper Exhibits. Whenever the number of exhibits in any case to be presented at hearing or trial by either party exceeds fifteen (15), the party intending to offer such exhibits must tab, number, and index them in a binder. A complete copy of the exhibits must be provided to all parties at least seven (7) days prior to the trial or hearing, and to the court at the time of trial or hearing, unless otherwise ordered by the court. This requirement applies only to exhibits used in a party’s case in chief and not to exhibits used for purposes of impeachment or rebuttal. Failure to timely exchange proposed exhibits in accordance with this rule may result in the court barring the admissions of any unexchanged exhibits.
(b) Electronic Exhibits. A party who wishes to electronically display exhibits must contact the assigned judge’s courtroom deputy at least seven (7) days before the trial or hearing to coordinate with the court’s automation department to allow for such electronic display. Any party using electronically displayed exhibits must, at the time of trial or hearing, provide the court with three (3) copies of the exhibits on digital storage devices, such as USB flash drives.