1. If the formalization or pleading documents contain a proposal of evidence or a reproduction of the recording, the Court will decide within three days on the admission of the proposal and will agree, where appropriate, that the Court Secretary set a day for the hearing. A hearing may also be held when, ex officio or at the request of a party, the Court deems it necessary for the correct formation of a well-founded conviction.
2. The court clerk will appoint the hearing within the following fifteen days and all the parties will be summoned to it. When the victim has requested it, they will be informed by the Judicial Secretary, even if they have not shown themselves to be a party nor are their intervention necessary.
The hearing will be held starting, where appropriate, with the practice of the test and with the reproduction of the recordings if there is room for it. Next, the parties will orally summarize the result thereof and the grounds for their claims.
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3. As regards the recording of the hearing and its documentation, the provisions contained in article 743 shall apply.
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