The court's calendar schedule.
Question: What is the Attorney Docket Number in a patent application? When filling out a patent application, the form asks for an "Attorney Docket Number" the website is very unspecific about whether this is a number that I just make up, or I am assigned.
Answer: The attorney docket number is the internal docket number of the law firm/patent attorney/client preparing the patent application. It is not assigned by the USPTO. For example, law firms typically maintain attorney docket numbers to internally identify and distinguish between cases.
Question: How do I find my docket number in a court case? I need to find the docket number in a court case to find out how much I owe in fines.
Answer: Go to the county court house web site. From there you should be able to find the information you are looking for.
Question: How does a arrest into a Stet Docket case affect a criminal record in DV cases? How does a arrest into a Stet Docket case affect a criminal record in DV cases? What will employers see when doing a background check?
Answer: What is a "stet docket" case. What does "DV" mean?
Question: Do u have to have the docket to refill your itunes gift card? I have brought an itunes gift card but have lost the docket. I have not used all the money on it (there is only 22cents left) and want to refill (put more money on it) it but do i need the docket? If i dont then how do i refill it?
Answer: you cant, its one time use only, you have to buy a new one each time an old one gets used up.
Question: Do both plaintiffs need to docket a legal document? Can one do it post the defendent's bankruptcy? I went to trial and won the case, however now the defendent is filing for bankruptcy. The other plantiff did not docket the document to the court. I understand that they have 6 years to do this, can they still do that after the bankruptcy hearing? Thanks.
Answer: I am a bankruptcy attorney and I don't understand what you are asking. Maybe you should rephrase the question to make it more clear.
Question: How do you go about correcting a typo error the court docket? I was charged with a misdeanor and apparently when the clerks office typed the charge in they typed an incorrect number, changing the charge all to gether. The police office also wrote a code number on the citation which does not match what is showing on the court docket. The reason it doesn't match is b/c that is not what i was charged with. I was not getting an attorney, can't afford one. The charge should have been not having prescription in proper container, they are showing me being charged with trying to obtain a prescription by false pretense.
Answer: Go back to the clerk of court.
Question: How do I lookup a docket number for the NY Criminal Court? My prospective employer has done a background check and made an associated hit saying that I have an arrest warrant out related to an unpaid traffic violation in New York in 2009. I was not in New York in 2009. I have a docket number related to the case, but I dont know how to look it up. Does anyone have any advice?
Answer: Contact the clerk of the court with the docket number. You may have to appear in court or have legal representation to get the ticket dismissed.
Question: What happens if you already have cases put on stet docket and you get arrested again? was arrested back in 2006 and cases put on stet. now i have been arrested this time again for theft and my stet docket cases were to be kept until summer 2009 so they are still there and can be brought abck up by the state. am i going to go to jail?
Answer: If a case is placed on the Stet Docket, the Defendant must waive his/her right to a speedy trial in the original case. The case normally remains on the Stet Docket for a period of one year.
I suggest you learn to quit stealing and you won't have to worry about going to jail!
Question: is it possible to lookup a docket number online? I got off of probation from natick district court and I was wondering if i could lookup the docket number for my case online? I want to make sure that my probation is done and I wanted to see the police report.
Answer: Many counties do post these items on line, if yours does not, then call the clerk of the courts.
Question: I want to make a motion to the court but I need a DOCKET NUMBER. How do I go about getting one? I just discovered that I may be the victim of Judicial fraud and I want to make a specific motion to the Court for discovery. I need a docket number. How do I get one? Do I have to write the court to request one? What steps should I take?
Answer: just go down to the court that is involved and ask them for it. The clerk will give you the case#, file# as for a docket number, i cant say I have ever heard of anyone needing that. Now just because you have one of these does not mean they are going to give you info about the case unless you are directly involved and are acting as your own attorney
Question: When a court delivers an opinon is that the same thing as a docket? I am a student and I am a little confused about a questions I need to answer. I was assigned to go onto the Supreme court website and search the opinion decided on March 8, 2010. So I was wondering, when it says when the case was docketed, is the word docket the same as saying when the court decided this. Does my question even make sense? Ha. If anyone has any idea, I would really appreciate their thoughts.
Answer: docket 1) n. the cases on a court calendar. 2) n. brief notes, usually written by the court clerk, stating what action was taken that day in court. 3) v. to write down the name of a case to be put on calendar or make notes on action in court.
The Court DECIDES which cases on the DOCKET to hear. All Cases are given numbers and put on the Court Docket. A DOCKET are all the CASES to be Heard by the Supreme Court or any Court for that matter.
In Higher Courts of the State or in the Supreme Court for the State or the US, there are different categories of the Cases on the Docket to be heard. Certain Categories have precedence over others.
The 2nd url I have given under Source is very good. It gives examples of cases in States that are heard and why that particular Case on the Docket was chosen to be heard. Say a Court Docket had a thousand cases to be heard. It would have to be decided how many in each category would be heard and in what order. Since there are so many cases to be heard,sometimes it can be months or a couple years before a case that is on the docket comes up to be heard.
Question: is it legal to pen someones name onto a court docket minutes before a hearing? i was summoned to court in texas, the case read dfps vs. my ex-wife. minutes before the hearing began the atty for the dfps penned my name in blue ink to the docket. i had no time to get an atty as I was only being summoned to testify. is this legal. If your a lawyer your advise would be greatly appreciated. if not if you have knowledge of a case please send me the case name so i can research what the outcome was. thank you all.
Answer: In order to be made a party to a case (as a defendant) you have to be properly served with notice and the complaint under your state's rules. Simply putting someone's name on a docket is not proper service. A person authorized to serve complaints needs to hand you the complaint, or leave it at your last known address. If that hasn't happened, you aren't a party to the case yet.
It's possible, however, that what you thought was a summons to testify was actually a summons stating that you were a defendant in the case. Read that document very carefully.
You don't say anything about what happened in court that day. If there is some order or judgment in place, or you are now being sued for a substantial sum of money, you should probably get a lawyer ASAP.
Question: What exactly is a disposition docket? For a divorce. I had my hearing in January and my lawyer never did the paperwork and turned it in. I have given my lawyer a week to get this done or told her I would file a complaint with the bar. I just looked at the court records online and it says there is a disposition docket on the 20th. Im not sure what this means.
Answer: A disposition is a preparation, a state of readiness to go to court. In other words to have all the paper work done by the time court hears your case.
The docket is an index of the proceedings and filings in all court cases (Case Number)
Question: Can a Maryland marijuana possession stet docket case be re-opened after more than one year has passed ? More than one year has passed since the expiration of the stet, no offenses were committed during that time.
Also, the new criminal citation is for possess paraphernalia (mar.). Will this then be considered a first time offense since no conviction was afforded in the case of the stet docket and it has expired, therefore placing the case in the first time offense category and subject to a 500$ fine and no incarceration?
A very informative website you can also get much information in website
Question: What does Motion to Remove from Call of the Docket mean? I got a letter stating Comes now the Plaintiff, by counsel, and having filed its Motion to Remove from Call of the Docket, which Motion is in the Court records. And the Court being duly advised in the premises, now finds that said Motion is meritorious and should be granted. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED by the Court that the above-entitled cause of action be and hereby is removed from call of the docket.
Answer: Request to remove personal identifier information from the docket. If the motion is granted, the docket entry remains in view, however the personal info is removed.
social security numbers
financial account numbers
birthdates of minor children
Question: How can I search the Chatham County (Georgia, USA) Child Support Enforcement docket? My ex-husband did not pay support for several years. We suddenly started receiving checks and I would like to know what the court did to make him pay his obligation. Sometimes the docket is placed online via a local Savannah newspaper site but it is intermittently done. This local site does provide info that's on the docket so I am sure this is puplicly available. I just do not know how to get to it myself. My local state support office says they have been unable to get any info from the Georgia courts yet.
Answer: Try google.com.
Question: I got a summons to show up for court, but there is no docket number on it. What should i do? I got charged and was sent a summons from the court, the complainant number and case number is there but there isn't a docket number. Should i be worried, should i contact the court? Is this an ok situation?
Thanks man, so glad you are one of those people that just jump on people when they ask questions, great appreciated.
Sorry i meant to say that i'm glad your "NOT" one of those people lol.
Answer: Go to court at the scheduled time. I once beat a ticket because my case was never called. After the session, I went up to the clerk and the Judge dismissed the case.
Question: Do i have to answer yes on a Job application if i have a case that was placed on Stet Docket? I was accused of something and the case was placed on Stet Docket. I never pleaded guilty when it came time for trial. I never got to the trial because they placed my case on Stet. Is that still considered a conviction?
Answer: It sounds like you were not actually convicted, just arrested or charged (??). If that's the case, I would say the answer is no. Do you have a police record?
Question: Approximately how many cases are placed on the Supreme Court docket each year? Approximately how many cases are placed on the Supreme Court docket each year?
Answer: Now the number is between 50 and 80 actually placed on the docket for hearing and decison. The number of applications for writs is in the thousands but many are frivilous. The number of cases has recently been going down.The number is determined by the Court it self and is known as the rule of four. That is, it takes four justices to vote to grant a writ of certiorari.
Question: Suggestions for how to find a docket in WC? I've tried using Courtlink to search for a docket, but it's Worker's Comp, which isn't an option for Courtlink. I went with Superior, and was given a list of counties, all of which were unavailable.
It's NJ, in Essex County. Thanks.
Answer: Goto landline...Check with Essex court clerk?
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