PART I. ORGANIZATION OF THE COURT AND ADMINISTRATION

Rule 1.01 – Name and citation of rules.
Rule 1.10 – Scope, construction and implementation of rules.
Rule 1.11 – Family division—Jurisdiction.
Rule 1.12 – Definitions of words and terms.
Rule 1.14 – Time; judicial days; service by mail.
Rule 1.20 – Departments and courtrooms.
Rule 1.21 – Department hours.
Rule 1.30 – Chief judge.
Rule 1.31 – Presiding judge—family/civil/criminal divisions.
Rule 1.32 – Trial judge.
Rule 1.33 – Specialization of judges; procedure for selection.
Rule 1.40 – Child support masters.
Rule 1.42 – Uniform Parentage Act masters.
Rule 1.44 – Civil commitments and hearing masters; duties of the Division of Mental Hygiene and Mental Retardation; duties of counsel.
Rule 1.45 – Juvenile judge.
Rule 1.46 – Juvenile hearing masters.
Rule 1.48 – Criminal division masters.
Rule 1.50 – Court administrator.
Rule 1.51 – Assistant court administrator.
Rule 1.52 – Family division administrator.
Rule 1.53 – Court employees participating in recognized employee organizations.
Rule 1.60 – Assignment or transfer of cases generally.
Rule 1.61 – Assignment of business matters.
Rule 1.62 – Assignment of civil cases.
Rule 1.63 – Assignment of family cases.
Rule 1.64 – Assignment of criminal cases.
Rule 1.65 – Assignment of and lack of peremptory challenges in construction defect matters.
Rule 1.70 – Cases to be calendared to preserve track and team system.
Rule 1.72 – Calendaring of civil and criminal motions.
Rule 1.73 – Calendaring of contested family motions.
Rule 1.74 – Calendaring of civil and criminal trials.
Rule 1.75 – Calendaring of family trials and evidentiary hearings.
Rule 1.76 – Deposit of jurors’ fees for civil trials.
Rule 1.80 – Assignment of overflow cases.
Rule 1.90 – Caseflow management.
Rule 1.91 – Arbitration/Alternative Dispute Resolution Commissioner.
Rule 1.92 – Actions for medical or dental malpractice.
Rule 1.93 – Process for the removal and discipline of a pro tempore judge pursuant to Short Trial Rule 3(c).