Common Docket Entries & What They Mean
Common docket entries are used in the legal field to track court cases. They provide information on the status of a case, including any relevant deadlines and upcoming hearings. Understanding the meaning of common docket entries can help lawyers, paralegals, and other members of a law firm stay organized and informed about their clients’ cases.
The most frequently used common docket entry is “filed” which indicates that legal paperwork has been filed with the court. Other common docket entries include “granted” which means a motion was approved by the court or “denied” which means it was rejected. Entries such as “motion for continuance granted” and “motion to dismiss denied” are further examples of language found on court dockets.
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