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a list of things or adding something to the list — especially cases to be tried in court or items to discuss
  • She combed the court dockets, looking for plaintiffs and defendants, winners and losers.
    p. 462.6
  • With a near monopoly on the market, he controlled the docket and bullied the court clerks.
    p. 55.1
  • It took two to perform even the most mundane legal tasks: two to file papers in court; two to answer a docket call; two for an uncontested hearing; two to drive here and there; and, of course, two to jack up the billing and pad the file.
    p. 71.6
  • He was gaining strength and endurance and there was evidence of this in the flow of his docket.
    p. 146.3
  • Jake signed in and was given a document titled "Parole Hearings—Docket."
    p. 211.8
  • First on the docket was a man who'd served thirty-six years for a murder committed during a bank robbery.
    p. 212.4
  • Saw it on the docket, Simeon Lang.
    p. 222.7
  • No fewer than nine lawyers gathered in the courtroom early Monday morning to formally kick off discovery in the case now known on the docket as In re Estate of Henry Seth Hubbard.
    p. 284.2
  • The case officially known as In re Estate of Henry Seth Hubbard was barreling down the docket at record speed.
    p. 361.1
  • Your name's on the docket as his lawyer."
    p. 371.2
  • Your name's on the docket as his lawyer."
    p. 371.3
  • Or congested dockets.
    p. 406.7
  • Plus, I told them I'd non-suit the case in Circuit Court, dismiss it, and then refile in Chancery Court where I pretty much control the docket and everything else.
    p. 427.9
  • In the center was one word: "Docket."
    p. 430.9
  • She said, "This is a docket book from the 1920s, specifically August of 1927 through October of 1928."
    p. 430.9
  • Both were hunched over the docket book, shoulder to shoulder.
    p. 431.6

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