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In the hearing, the Judge asked one lawyer (totally four parties:

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In the hearing, the Judge asked one lawyer (totally four parties: three lawyers plus me) to prepare the "trial time line", something like this.
Is there such term "trial time line"? Then, what does this mean?

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A trial time line which the judge asked for would be to tell him how much time each person will take to question each witness, what exhibits they plan to enter into evidence and why, and how long it will take for each party (or, their attorney) to present their case.

 

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