What does it mean when a court doc says OCN Filed?

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  • Thu, Jul 2 2009 11:10 PM

    • Eugene2
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    What does it mean when a court doc says OCN Filed?

    My ex wife has violated and ex parte.  She was to go to court on July 1, 2009.  I anxiously watched the court web site and today something was posted.  Normally if a hearing is made say on July 1, they would put that date next to what happened.  This did not happen and they put July 2 and the docket entry stated OCN Filed.  Can anyone tell me what this means?

    Thanks for any help you can give.

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  • Sat, Jul 4 2009 2:17 PM In reply to


    Re: What does it mean when a court doc says OCN Filed?

    Guess you didn't think to call the clerk's office and ask them.  Each court in each state has its own shorthand.

  • Sun, Jul 5 2009 4:05 PM In reply to

    • Ford
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    Ask your wife?

    Unless the order is between the two of you.

    The letters don't bring anything to mind that I can think of.

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