Answered on Nov 14th, 2011 at 12:41 PM
These things happen. It can be very difficult to get all of the attorneys, parties, room and court reporter available at the same time. I typically give one or two extensions then I get testy. I do this because I know there will be times when I will be the one requesting the extension. Also, by the time you file a motion to compel the EBT (asking the court to make the EBT happen) and it is actually heard by a judge..... January will have come and gone. Plus, filing that motion costs a few bucks and will drive up costs a little. Unfortunately, the wheels of justice turn but, they do so very slowly. Be patient.