A court disposition is the court's final ruling on a case or issue in legal
proceedings. A court disposition is also needed when property is transferred by a
deed or ...
Definition of disposition in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary
and ... In Criminal Procedure, the sentencing or other final settlement of a criminal
case. ... n. the court's final determination of a lawsuit or criminal charge.
To find the Disposition of charges, from the case summary screen, go into the
Parties tab, Click the Primary Parties Name, and then the Charges tab on the ...
Trial court case disposition time goals. (a) Trial Court Delay Reduction Act. The
recommended goals for case disposition time in the trial courts in this standard ...
Accessing Court Case Files. Court case files are public records and subject to
public inspection. California Rules of Court, rule 2.400(a) states that all papers in
The Court's Public Index provides the case name, case number, names of parties
, case type, filing date, disposition date (if no longer active) and other ...
active status: A case that is in court but isn't "settled" or "decided" has active
status. (See disposition, pending.) adjournment: When a judge hears and
decides a ...
Court Case information is available at no charge. The Superior Court of
California, County of San Bernardino, ("Court") is implementing a new case ...
In cases where a court disposition or police record is not available, the applicant
must provide original or certified confirmation that the record is not available ...
Branch Courts are located throughout the City of Chicago at: ... Other Branch
Courts at this location: 2, 3, 7, 9, 46, 66, & 98 and ... Content of Case Files ...