How do I find out when my court date is?
Check Online for Your Court Date
To find your court date, visit the court’s website and locate the docket search function, or even the court calendar.
Dockets provide information about not only upcoming hearings but also the documents that have been filed in the case, including court orders.
Can you look up your court date online?
If you are unable to find your case number, you may still be able to track down your case record and find your court date online. Most states have an online database that houses case records. Local county clerks will typically update the database regularly.
How can I find court cases online?
To order court records online:
- Visit the National Archives Order Reproductions page.
- Click on “Order Reproductions” then “Court Records”
- Select the appropriate court (Bankruptcy, Civil, Criminal, or Court of Appeals)
- Follow the onscreen prompts to set up an account and place your order.
How do you find out the outcome of a court case?
To find out the outcome of a court hearing, try calling the court directly and asking for the result. Alternatively, search online. For state cases in the U.S. use the Legal Dockets website. Click on the right court.
Who do I call to find out when my court date is?
You can always call the court to ask a court clerk to look up your information, or you can go to the courthouse or the county clerk in person to find out what to do. They can’t give you legal advice, but they can answer procedural questions, including questions about court dates.
How do I know if I missed my court date?
If you missed your court date, there will probably be a bench warrant issued for your arrest. You should hire a criminal defense attorney, go to court, recall the bench warrant and quash it. Whether you get jail time or not, it will all depend on the criminal charges that the prosecution filed against you.
What do I do if I lost my ticket?
What do I do if I lost my summons (I lost my ticket) –
Why can’ti find my court online?
Accessing Your Case Online
If you do not find the case you are looking for, it may only be available in hardcopy at the court where the case was filed. You may also not find the case because the period of time in which the court must keep the case has expired.