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court docket

n. see docket.

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According to the court docket in San Jose, the ruling, which was posted temporarily in error late on Friday, was later filed under seal.
The Web-based program for coordinating schedules of the court dockets and the arresting officers from agencies includes the police departments of 16 municipalities, 18 Broward sheriff districts, and the Florida Highway Patrol.
Our solution is changing the legal software landscape by providing a modern, end-to-end search and management system for court dockets and databases.
Berger and the owners bringing the suit moved successfully to have the case restored to the federal court docket and to include their new allegations of wrongdoing.
Optotraffic also offers a complete spectrum of services including equipment design, manufacturing, maintenance, deployment, citation processing, call centers, court docket preparation, web-based reporting and law enforcement officer training.
Tenders are invited for Electronic Court Docket Displays for Yakima County Technology Services
As part of the agreement, CourtExpress will sell Law Bulletin's AccessPlus court docket product nationwide.
Hsia said, while McConnell seemed to be thinking computerization would provide an answer to the problems, his concern was that the technological assistance would be applied first to the court docket side.
Firms can record all important events associated with their cases, and they can subscribe to court docket data.
West Group (Eagan, MN) has launched WestDockets, a new online service that provides direct access to electronic court docket materials from courts throughout the U.
They have extensive experience collecting delinquent traffic tickets, property taxes, and court docket fees for Indiana county governmental agencies.
Circuit Court of Appeals decisions, daily court docket information and updated attorney-discipline opinions from the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission.