per 2. How might myself the moviant -pro se cross examine myself, since this has not occurred either?
A: You can only testify in the "narrative," which means that you simply tell the court whatever you want to tell -- because that's all that's allowed.
per # XXXXX A. defendant's attorney materially somehow got the court to accept, then the CT. order a specific date for this trails continence. But as the moviant I did not.yet draft a request referral from the court for magistrate to reconvene for the 2nd day of trial. Will you elaborate how merely 1 & 1/2 hour was alloted?
A: The judge sets his/her calendar, based on what he/she believes ought to be required to testify, given the judge's past experience.
This .hardly enough time to perform. Do I write explaining what the 2nd day will entail?
A: The court won't grant you additional time. You'll just have to testify and if it takes longer, then the judge will realize that he/she miscalculated, and he/she will have to continue the matter for an additional day.
Is it not the movants place to request a referral for the 2nd day's trail & not the defendant's counsel place for this?
A: Not necessarily. As a self represented litigant, you're not expected to know how long it will take to present your case.
I ask since one FL rule reasons a magistrate is appointed to speed up the case. We are at 2 years now with 45 minutes provided every 4 months gaps, and now a 3 month gap between the 1st days trial and a 2nd day of trial. is this unusual?
A: In a busy jurisdiction, it's not unusual at all.
Hope this helps.