CCP 575.2 authorizes superior courts to impose sanctions for violation of local rules promulgated under CCP 575.1.  This decision holds that a court may impose sanctions under 575.2 for violation of rules governing submission of documents in preparation for trial (such as in limine motions and jury instructions) as well as for violation of pretrial rules.  It also holds that the court need not find the sanctioned party acted in bad faith in order to impose sanctions under 575.2.  (The sanctioned attorney was Denise Henderson.  The trial judge sanctioned her only $980 so she wouldn’t have to report it to the State Bar, but by appealing she got her name and the sanctions emblazoned in a published opinion.)