Thanks for your follow up.
I do want interrogatories and admissions. What do you mean in your reply about discovery "go on an file that" I thought that the judge had to order discovery in county court based upon a request of a party? Do I need to prepare a document to request discovery or do I just ask in person at the pretrial.
You are allowed civil discovery here without an order to do so.You can file your interrogatories or motion to produce documents.Only if there is objection does the court hear those.Otherwise the other side has to answer here or produce them.You can do this now to see if there are any objections or it is other wise disputed or you get what you asked for.
To argue my motion, I already file a detailed reply to their opposition to my motion so there is not much to say that has not already been written in the reply. So do I just go through my argument again in person?
Yes you summarize it thats about it and reference that you have set it out in your motion and response.
Also, in District Court the rules state who is the "responsible attorney" In county court rules I do not see this term. My opponent has an attorney but I am the plaintiff so if this was district court then they would have to be the "responsible attorney". How does this work in County Court?
Motions wise you are the movant, the other side here is the respondent to your motions, otherwise they are called the defendant.If they file a motion here they are the movant and you the respondent.This merely allows the court to see how has filed something because they go first and have burden to show something is needed or granted.Their lawyer is the defendant's attorney in all of this or respondent's attorney, etc.
The court can sort it all out and you will not be penalized as a pro se if you make a mistake in naming them the judge can figure it out.
I wish you good luck here with all of this, thanks for your patience.