What Is a Motion Hearing?

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A motion hearing is when a lawyer asks a court judge to review a certain case and then make a decision based on the evidence at hand or it can be a request to dismiss the case.
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A judicial hearing in which the judge is presented evidence and facts to rule on a request that a previous decision, or sentence, or ruling, be 'vacated' (i.e.- rendered null and
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1. The clerk's office manages files for the courts. Contact the court clerk's office and find your case number. The case number is the unique identifier for your case and is needed
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in any court case, attorneys for each side may file 'motions' these may be for several different reasons, from asking for bail to be granted to evidence they want excluded or included
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