What Is a Status Hearing in Court?

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A status hearing is a pretrial hearing where the attorney go before the judge to tell the court how the case is moving forward. Other topics can include a review of what discovery has been conducted, status of settlement talks, and the estimated length of the trial. In some jurisdictions, the hearing is also to set the trial date.
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