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Synonyms for docket

Synonyms for docket

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

Synonyms for docket

(law) the calendar of a court

a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to

place on the docket for legal action

make a summary or abstract of a legal document and inscribe it in a list

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The solution must integrate with several court case management systems at the same time, combine court dockets, and display the full court docket and subsets of the court docket in near real-time.
federal and state court dockets, including content from all federal district courts ranging from 1989 to the present.
a leader in legal, news and business information services, today announced that LexisNexis(R) CourtLink(R) Strategic Profiles now includes court docket information for Cook County (Ill.
The case reached the Supreme Court docket as part of only one percent of cases accepted upon submittal and raised important issues that could arise in future public elections.
The statute of limitations was due to expire in three months when the case was placed on the court docket last month.
Tenders are invited for Electronic Case Management And Court Docket System.
Only the order granting the request appears on the court docket.
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.
Statistics show that total cases pending on the Florida Supreme Court docket in the decade between 2000 and 2010 show a high of 1,544 cases in 2001 steadily declining in the past six years to 881 cases in 2010.
The Wall Street Journal said it learned of the existence of the freeze order from court docket sheets and judicial filings that are public.
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.