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Definition of a Disposition Docket?

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A disposition docket refers to a case that has not had an observable activity, especially after six months of service to rule nine of the District Courts. The court will need a written document, to show why the case should be dismissed.
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A disposition is a preparation, a state of readiness to go to court. In other words to have all the paper work done by the time court hears your case. The docket is an index of the
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If a summons was served in this case, it would be a smart idea to respond to it. You can ask your question in court at that time.
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Sounds like you are in Tarrant County. They use different terms in that county then most other counties. On that docket, you will either PLEA the case utilizing a "plea bargain
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Each court has a disposition code to follow. These codes are used on dockets and other court paperwork. It is a code that is assigned for the charge and can be ...
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