Judge Shaller rules NCAA "Show Cause" penalty violates State law

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  2. Tod78

    Tod78 Junior Member


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    It means what it says. The judge issues a tentative ruling and the losing party has an opportunity to change the judge's mind. Most of the time all the best arguments have already been made and the judge sticks with the tentative, but not always.
     
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    Yep.

    Court Rule. FYI

    Rule 3.1308. Tentative rulings

    (a) Tentative ruling procedures

    A trial court that offers a tentative ruling procedure in civil law and motion matters must follow one of the following procedures:

    (1)[​IMG]Notice of intent to appear required

    The court must make its tentative ruling available by telephone and also, at the option of the court, by any other method designated by the court, by no later than 3:00 p.m. the court day before the scheduled hearing. If the court desires oral argument, the tentative ruling must so direct. The tentative ruling may also note any issues on which the court wishes the parties to provide further argument. If the court has not directed argument, oral argument must be permitted only if a party notifies all other parties and the court by 4:00 p.m. on the court day before the hearing of the party's intention to appear. A party must notify all other parties by telephone or in person. The court must accept notice by telephone and, at its discretion, may also designate alternative methods by which a party may notify the court of the party's intention to appear. The tentative ruling will become the ruling of the court if the court has not directed oral argument by its tentative ruling and notice of intent to appear has not been given.

    (2)[​IMG]No notice of intent to appear required

    The court must make its tentative ruling available by telephone and also, at the option of the court, by any other method designated by the court, by a specified time before the hearing. The tentative ruling may note any issues on which the court wishes the parties to provide further argument at the hearing. This procedure must not require the parties to give notice of intent to appear, and the tentative ruling will not automatically become the ruling of the court if such notice is not given. The tentative ruling, or such other ruling as the court may render, will not become the final ruling of the court until the hearing.

    (Subd (a) amended effective January 1, 2007; previously amended effective July 1, 2000.)

    (b) No other procedures permitted....
     
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    I detest the NCAA. I have an entire library of expletives that supports my feelings towards them.
     
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