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court docket

n. see docket.

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Because the petition had been placed on the Tax Court docket, it was a proceeding.
See Tony Mauro, Thomas, Breyer Discuss High Court Docket, Clerks, Cameras, THE BLOG OF LEGAL TIMES (Apr.
Trade creditors should regularly check the bankruptcy court docket for court orders that establish claims bar dates and should also be on the lookout for claims bar date notices.
THE nine black teen girls and one boy who are charged with a racially motivated hate crime against whites in Long Beach have made a sort of perverse history: It's one of the rare times that underage blacks have landed in a court docket for hateful attacks against whites.
The court docket does not state a reason for the delay.
A separate case, dealing with an outdoor Commandments display on the grounds of the state capitol building in Austin, Texas, is also on the high court docket.
A lawyer who litigates such splits has a better chance of getting on to the Supreme Court docket, since most of the nine justices think the court's primary role ought to be to resolve these disputes and unify the law of the land.
Depending on the jurisdiction, court docket information may be available to the owner's counsel on-line.
West Group, a Thomson business, has announced the launch of WestDockets, a new Westlaw service that provides direct access to electronic court docket materials from courts throughout the U.
State officials may attempt to remedy this strain on the federal court docket by adding a federal public defender's office in Richmond.
John's, Newfoundland began to routinely distribute its weekly Youth Court docket to local school boards.