What is ''Motion to Set Aside an Order?''
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Criminal Law
The short answer to your short question is: One party has filed a motion with the court to have the Judge set aside his previous Order.
In other words, they are asking the judge to reconsider his decision or to remove another judge's ruling.
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