The opinion of the court was delivered by: Blackburn, Judge
The matter is before me again for the entry of orders concerning matters now ripe and for the entry of an additional scheduling order, which addresses, inter alia, the filing, marshaling, and hearing of pretrial motions, proffers, responses, and objections and trial preparation conference and trial settings. I have reviewed and considered the parties'Case Status Report And Proposed Scheduling Order [#98] filed February 22, 2006.*fn2 Generally, the status report and proposed scheduling order should be approved. Specifically, the parties' request for a declaration of complexity under 18 U.S.C. § 3161(h)(8)(A) and (B)(I), (ii), and (iv) should be granted for the reasons stated, arguments advanced, and authorities cited in the report.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED as follows:
1. That the parties'Case Status Report And Proposed Scheduling Order [#98] filed February 22, 2006, IS APPROVED;
2. That the parties' requests for a declaration of complexity under 18 U.S.C. § 3161(h)(8)(A) and (B)(I), (ii), and (iv) and for a concomitant continuance of 45 days ARE GRANTED;
3. That accordingly, defendants SHALL HAVE until April 10, 2006, to review discovery and prepare pretrial motions;
4. That pretrial motions SHALL BE FILED by April 10, 2006;
5. That responses to timely filed pretrial motions SHALL BE FILED by May 1, 2006; and
6. That the parties SHALL CONTACT the court's administrative assistant, Ms. Susan Schmitz, on May 4, 2006, at 10:00 a.m., to set any timely filed pretrial motions for hearing.
Dated March 1, 2006, at Denver, Colorado.
Robert E. Blackburn United States ...