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Rule 112. Disclosure and Discovery in Fast Trial Cases

Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedPima County Rules for the Fast Trial and Alternative Resolution (“Fastar”) Pilot ProgramEffective: December 31, 2021

Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated
Pima County Rules for the Fast Trial and Alternative Resolution (“Fastar”) Pilot Program
Part Two: Rules for a Fast Trial
Effective: December 31, 2021
AZ A.R.S. Fast Trial and Alt.Res.Prog. Rules, Pima County, Rule 112
Rule 112. Disclosure and Discovery in Fast Trial Cases
(a) Disclosure Deadline. The parties must exchange Civil Rule 26.1 disclosure statements within 30 days after the filing date of the first answer. Disclosure statements of any subsequently appearing defendant must be exchanged within 20 days of the filing of that defendant's answer. The parties have a duty to make continuing and supplemental disclosures without a specific request from any other party.
(b) Discovery Limits.
(1) Written Discovery. Each side in a Fast Trial case has the following discovery limits: 5 Civil Rule 33 interrogatories, 5 Civil Rule 34 requests for production, 10 Civil Rule 36 requests for admissions, and one Civil Rule 35 examination.
(2) Depositions. A party is entitled to a total number of witness deposition hours equal to the number of witnesses that party is entitled to depose under Civil Rule 30(a)(1) (i.e., parties, experts, and documents custodians) multiplied by two hours.
(c) Discovery Deadline. Parties in a Fast Trial case must complete all discovery under Civil Rules 26 through 36 within 120 days after the filing date of the first answer or 190 days after the filing of the complaint, whichever is sooner. The judge may extend this deadline only for good cause.

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Added Oct. 26, 2017, effective Nov. 1, 2017, until Dec. 31, 2021. Amended Dec. 8, 2021, effective Dec. 31, 2021, until further order of the court.
A.R.S. Fast Trial and Alt.Res.Prog. Rules, Pima County, Rule 112, AZ ST PIMA FASTAR Rule 112
State Court Rules are current with amendments received through May 1, 2024. The Code of Judicial Administration is current with amendments received through May 1, 2024.
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