Legal Question in Criminal Law in Virginia

What is a docket call?

What is a docket call? If a felony charge has been listed on court records to be viewed by a Grand Jury, why would there be a docket call? Thanks.

Asked on 6/02/05, 6:46 pm

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Fred Kaufman Fredrick S. Kaufman, Esquire
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Re: What is a docket call?

On the day the Grand Jury meets, there is a docket call, where the cases that have come up from the lower court, as well as the cases that the Grand Jury decides to proceed with are set for trial.

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6/03/05, 1:46 am

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