clerk of the court

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When he was arraigned that same morning, the district leader had already seen the clerk of the court and explained that Jurgis Rudkus was a decent fellow, who had been indiscreet; and so Jurgis was fined ten dollars and the fine was "suspended"--which meant that he did not have to pay for it, and never would have to pay it, unless somebody chose to bring it up against him in the future.
Any objection to the Settlement, must be in writing and filed with the Clerk of the Court and served upon each of the following law firms no later than July 23, 2015, at the addresses listed below:
Hall was asked by the clerk of the court if he understood that he faced three separate charges of indecent assault and if he wanted to enter a plea.
Hall, clerk of the court for the Supreme Court of Florida.
One magistrate told us that violation of a protection order is a criminal offence and this makes people respect it, a clerk of the court said.
After a jury was sworn in at Bradford Crown Court late yesterday afternoon the clerk of the court told them that Booth had pleaded not guilty to the allegation.
It caused the clerk of the court to dodge aside, before thumping into the bench occupied by Judge Nicholas Cooke QC.
The data was based on lis pendens filings in the Clerk of the Court for all three counties.
The realistic courtroom includes a judges' bench, witness box and accommodation for the clerk of the court and counsel.
In court, it's essential your solicitor checks that the clerk of the court has received a photo of the offence at least a week before the trial date and that you, the defendant, have seen one too.
The clerk of the court at Bedlington Magistrates said: "I excused his attendance because it was just to set a trial date.
While a ruling has not been issued, Case said he will approve the settlement when an order is presented, which is expected today, said Terry Miller, clerk of the court at the bankruptcy court.