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Asked on: 7/11/06, 8:34 pm

Order of Non-suit signed

On 07-07-2006 the judge signed an order of non-suit.

The trial is/was set for 07-17-2006. Do I still need to show up in court?

TIA

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Answered on: 7/12/06, 8:54 am by Peter Bradie

Re: Order of Non-suit signed

Depends on who was non-suited. Are you the only defendant, and only one plaintiff? If so, you have been non-suited and don't have to attend trial because there won't be a trial.

But if there are two or more defendants, and you are one of them, check with the court clerk to see who was non-suited. You may be out, but you also may be the one left in.


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Answered on: 7/11/06, 10:46 pm by Dinesh Singhal

Re: Order of Non-suit signed

No.

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