(a) Premarking

No later than one week before a case is set for trial or hearing, counsel shall furnish to the clerk:

(1) an original of a typed descriptive list of all exhibits to be offered. Each listing shall indicate whether the exhibit shall be admitted into evidence by agreement of parties or marked for identification;

(2) the original exhibits, marked, that will be used in the proceeding; and

(3) no hazardous exhibit as defined in LR 7.3 shall be presented for premarking, premarked, introduced into evidence or maintained in the custody of the court without prior leave of court.

At the commencement of the proceeding, all exhibits agreed to will be offered and received into evidence. Those marked for identification will remain so until ruled upon during the proceeding or in the court's opinion or otherwise.