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n. see docket.

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"PACER is the only major government system that charges by the click, and access to federal court dockets is one of the most important government databases we have," says Carl Malamud, a prominent public domain advocate.
As mentioned previously, a county court docket is typically the first docket assigned to a new deputy district attorney (DDA), and as a result, the prosecutor may need assistance with understanding the intricacies of DUI laws, other traffic safety laws, or courtroom practice.
But I suggest there are a couple of simple things that could have been done to avoid this mistake: 1) make sure your spam app does not automatically delete perceived spam; 2) have your secy/paralegal check the spam folder at least twice a week and call to the attorneys attention anything that could conceivably be important and have the spam delete one email at a time to make sure they are reviewed; 3) spend a few bucks on an IT expert to check and double check your settings to make sure it's next to impossible for something like this to happen; 4) if you are expecting an order, check the court docket every week like opposing counsel did in this case.
The trial wrapped up last Friday.She included a permanent injunction rescinding the default notice, according to our check of the court docket.
The statute of limitations was due to expire in three months when the case was placed on the court docket last month.
The rules of procedure, case law, and the pleadings and documents that make up the court docket are on the accompanying website.
Only the order granting the request appears on the court docket. Neither the SEC nor the company will discuss the matter.
Second, the court found that because the statute's language refers to a "proceeding" and does so in the passive voice, its construction emphasizes the placing of a proceeding on a court docket, not who places it on the docket.
A smaller Court docket surely, then, promises to increase the influence of the executive branch.
Our reader didn't ask, but in case anyone else is wondering: There's no indication in the federal court docket that Washburn has paid any of the $3.58 million in restitution to IberiaBank that she agreed to when she pleaded guilty in May 2009.
The Wall Street Journal said it learned of the existence of the freeze order from court docket sheets and judicial filings that are public.