what does "Disposition Entered "mean in CIVIL COURT CASES?

what does "Disposition Entered "mean in CIVIL COURT CASES?

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Answered: what does it mean if a court is having a " read-in disposition" in a

I think you mean a deposition, a statement by a witness who is not present.

Answered: What does it mean when your case is dismiss in criminal court

Depends on if judge dismissed with prejudice, they can reopen case

Answered: My court case has been dismissed, do i still have anything on my criminal

I don't believe there is anything on your criminal record. The best way to find out for sure is to contact the local police to see if they can run a search and tell you what is in fact on your record. Hope this answers your question.

Answered: What does early resolution mean in a court case

Just what it sounds like to resolve the case early. Early resolution allows the parties to better understand each other’s point of view and to work together to find practical solutions. Because it takes place right away and without the need to file a complaint, early resolution has special ...

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Answered: What does to inibate mean to a person?

I think he meant intubate, but if he can't spell it I ain't telling him what it means.
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Give me five cases where they can be both criminal prosecution and civil

murder=criminal/wrongful death=civil...ie. oj simpson drug charges=criminal/forfeiture of property=civil...ie. my case those are the only 2 that i can think of at the moment....hope it helps

Meaning of word assential

A hug is consequential If it's not consensual. The singular essential Is a word assentual.

If a 17 year old goes through a criminal trial as ...

I would expect it to stay in juvenile court. What matters is when the crime was committed not when the trial takes place.

What does review a case mean in court

it means the judge and prosecution are going to go over all the case material and see if the defendant deserves a break.usually after half the sentence has been served.usually pertains to young offenders only.