Legal Question in Criminal Law in California

Case No.: QUESTDOCRM ??

On an inmates ''Information File'' after the Case No.: ''QUESTDOCRM''(see below)is written what does QUESTDOCRM stand for? The ''Charge No.'' was listed as a ''Removal'', I suppose the last RM could represent this but the begining? ''Possibly Request for Document''? If so, what kind of charge would this be? Thank you.

Example:

Case No.: QUESTDOCRM

Charge No.: REMOVAL Charge Desciption: REMOVAL

Charge Level:

Court Name:

Court Address: Court City:

Bail Amount: 0 Fine Amount: .00

Court Date: Sentence Date: Number of days Sentenced: 0

Disposition Code: Disposition Description

Asked on 7/31/01, 8:58 pm

1 Answer from Attorneys

Victor Hobbs Victor E. Hobbs
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Re: Case No.: QUESTDOCRM ??

I'd like to help you. However, I'm not conversant with jail codes. A criminal clerk or a bailiff in the court might be able to help you.

It looks like there may be charges pending, because of the other matters that are left blank or have a code.

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8/01/01, 1:57 pm

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