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Motion Calendar

Type: Open

Notice Before Hearing: 10 Business Days

Files at Hearing: Electronic

Tuesday9:30 AM 2/04/19 
Wednesday9:30 AM 2/04/19 
Thursday9:30 AM 2/04/19 



"The Court does not permit telephonic appearance for Non-Jury Trials, Jury Trials or Evidentiary hearings except under a timely filed motion establishing good cause, the Court will evaluate each request on a case-by-case basis."


Motion Calendar in Division 4 is held in Chambers room 1104 every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 9:30 A.M.


Credit Card/Collection matters will be heard on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 9:30 A.M on the Motion Calendar.


Landlord/Tenant matters please contact chambers to schedule.

All Motions may be heard on Motion Calendar except Motions to Dismiss, Motions in Limine, Motions for Summary Judgment, Motion for Attorney's Fees and Costs, and Evidentiary Hearings.


COORDINATION IS MANDATORY. The Notice of Hearing must indicate the name of the person the hearing was coordinated with on the Notice of Hearing.

Motion Calendar Procedures
In order for your matter to be added to Judge Diana Gonzalez-Whyte’s Motion Calendar, the Notice of Hearing and Motion(s) MUST:

(1) Be filed with the Clerk
(2) Submit Notice of Hearing on ecourtesy under Motion Calendar tab. Your Notice of Hearing will not be calendared unless the Notice of Hearing contains the following information:
a. Date the motion was filed
b. Name of the person the notice was coordinated with (when setting multiple discovery motions, the Notice of Hearing must specify the discovery motions and the date each were filed). 
(3) Courtesy copies, including supporting documents, if any, must be submitted via ecourtesy under "Motion Calendar" Tab AT LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE HEARING or the matter will NOT be heard.

Motion Length:  If your Motion is over 20 pages (including exhibits), please deliver a courtesy copy to Chambers.

Responses:  Parties wishing to submit a response to a matter set on Motion Calendar must be sure to file said response with the Clerk and submit it via ecourtesy under "Motion Calendar" prior to the hearing date.

Motion to Continue Trial:  Motions to Continue Trial will not be heard at Motion calendar but rather addressed at Calendar Call. Please do not schedule on Motion Calendar as they will not be heard.

Motion For Reconsideration/Rehearing: Motions for Rehearing/Reconsideration MUST first be submitted to the Judicial Assistant by email to before setting on calendar. Please do not schedule on Motion Calendar as they will not be heard.

Proposal for Settlements:  These motions may be unilaterally set so long as the opposing party is given 7 days’ notice.

Efiling:  Efiling is not the same as ecourtesy. Matters that are only efiled WILL NOT automatically upload to Judge Diana Gonzalez-Whyte's Motion Calendar.  Efiling is for documents to be filed with the Clerk's Office electronically.  Ecourtesy is used to submit courtesy copies to chambers electronically.  


eCourtesy Submissions: must include motions and any necessary affidavits including proof of service if you are asking for a Final Judgment.  

Telephonic Appearances:  To appear telephonically, submit proposed order via ecourtesy.  

Cancellations:  Counsel for the party who placed a matter on the Motion Calendar shall file the Notice of Cancellation with the Clerk and email a copy to the Judicial Assistant at prior to the scheduled hearing. 

Making Calendar:  In order to verify if your case made the Motion Calendar, please visit the Clerk of Courts website at:

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