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Docket

Definition - What does Docket mean?

The term "docket" is used for an official court book that contains all the information on court cases. It also includes information such as the actions required on case logs. This book is usually kept with the court clerk and should contain entries of all the proceedings in a case.

Justipedia explains Docket

The court clerk is also responsible for writing brief notes related to the court case in the docket. These notes clearly list all the actions taken in court on a particular day and during a particular case. A docket can also be understood as a roster prepared and kept by the clerk, which includes current and pending trials.

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