What does "Case Set On Trial Call" mean?

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Latest post 03-11-2009 2:32 AM by Taxagent. 1 replies.
  • 03-11-2009 2:32 AM In reply to

    Re: What does "Case Set On Trial Call" mean?

    Typically with a "trial call" the court sets a number of cases to call for trial at a certain date. Some of those will settle or otherwise go away before the trial call. Out of the parties that show up at the trial call, the court will establish an order and determine what cases it will hear. Your case may nor may not actually get heard at that trial sesssion, but you'd need to be ready if the court can get to you. Whether that is the process used by your court, I don't know. The court clerk can probably fill you in on that.

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