Definition - What does Court Docket mean?
Court docket, often just referred to as a docket, refers to a written list or a document of judicial proceedings. It may also be referred to as the cases or judicial dates on the court calendar. It is brief notes usually maintained by the court clerk detailing what happened during any day in court.
Justipedia explains Court Docket
The court docket is more like a roster which is maintained and prepared by the clerk. It includes the list of cases, pending trials, etc. This list may include cases for a day, week, or a month. It really helps when there are a lot of pending cases in hand.
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