RULE 8 - MOTIONS
RULE 8.1 - NOTATION OF MOTIONS
Motions shall be noted in the docket and submitted to the judge on brief or memoranda. When oral argument or testimony is desired, the motion shall contain a request for assignment for hearing.
RULE 8.2 - FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER MOTIONS
Motions in forcible entry and detainer cases shall be disposed of at the commencement of the trial.
RULE 8.3 - TIME FOR FILING OF RESPONSE
In all motions directed to the Court, unless otherwise provided in the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure, the failure of the party against whom a motion is directed to file a brief or memorandum in opposition within fourteen (14) days from the date of service of such motions, may be construed by the Court as an admission that the motion may be granted. Extensions of time for filing such brief or memorandum in opposition shall be requested prior to expiration of the fourteen (14) day period.
RULE 8.4 - MOTION HEARINGS
The Court on its own motion, may set any motion for hearing or oral argument.
RULE 8.5 - ATTACHED MEMORANDA
Upon the filing of a motion, the movant shall attach a memorandum setting forth a concise argument in support of the motion and which shall contain any appropriate legal citations which the movant desires the Court to consider before ruling upon the said motion. Failure to include such a memorandum may result in the Court's overruling of the filed motion.