Depends how that deadline was set. Seems outside the rules so I Soum some judge told you to file a motion in five days. If so you better count calendar days and file on the next working day if the fifth day is a weekend
depends on the type of motion and what court you are in. Please tell us the type of motion and the court (for example, "Superior Court of Washington, King County")
Check with court clerk or bailiff. Generally, when the time allowed to file is less than a week, you only count court days. Not weekends. You start counting day one as the next day. Deadlines are tight and specific. Google the type of motion and see if this pulls up specifics about the due date. Also try calling opposing counsel.
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