How Do I Find My Court Date in Washington State Federal District Court?

Answer Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is a database that contains information on cases in the federal district courts. The system holds more than 500 million case files, including those... Read More »

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Is District Court a state or federal court?

Located in each state, U.S. District Courts are federal courts. The nation's 94 District Courts are trial courts that have the authority to hear federal criminal and civil cases.References:United S... Read More »

How to Find My Washington State Court Date?

If you have a court date in Washington State, it is important to know when you have to report to court. If you fail to appear for a court date you could be held in contempt of court or a default ju... Read More »

How to Find a Case in Federal District Court?

The federal courts create a case file for each case heard. The case file contains each document filed in the case and a docket sheet. Case files created prior to 1999 are maintained as hard copies,... Read More »

Is there a time limit for filing an answer in state court after remand from federal court?

There is a time limit to file an answer in state court, after remand from federal court. Each state specifies this limit within their judicial codes. Arkansas, for instance, allows 20 days in most ... Read More »