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When a Court Calendar is a Schedule, or a Schedule is a Calendar

In our earlier post about court calendars, we discussed various types of court calendars and dockets. When using CourtReference to find court calendars and dockets, remember that these are are usually a detailed list of upcoming hearings, with information about the time and location of the hearing and the name of the case or parties; here’s an example from McLean County, IL. Dockets and calendars often include additional details about the case, such as this one from Dane County, WI with a link to each judge’s weekly calendar; each case on the calendar includes a linked case number … Read More

Court Calendars: Don’t Miss That Date!

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You don’t want to miss your court date; you could lose your case or end up in jail. If you already have a case in progress, your attorney should keep you informed about upcoming important dates in your case. If you don’t have an attorney, the court clerk should tell you when you need to be in court. But what if you don’t get notified? What if you want to know when someone else’s case is scheduled for a hearing or trial? It could be a friend’s case. Or perhaps the drunk driver you’re suing hit someone else too, and … Read More