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Case Docket

What is a Case Docket?

Case Docket

A docket is a record of the proceedings of a court case. Different jurisdictions will include slightly different information on a docket. Although it may vary based on the location where the case is filed, a case docket includes the following information. This is the case or docket number assigned to the particular case, the case name, the date the case was filed or docketed, and a summary of events and proceedings related to the case. Sometimes information about the parties and the attorneys will also be included. However, remember that a case docket will vary based on the location of the proceeding.

Dockets are frequently used when researching a particular case, and they are especially helpful for trials, which tend to last a long time, even years. The case docket is helpful for locating information such as motions, witness testimony, and the judge's rulings.

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