What does "motion to advance" & "pre jury Trial" mean?
Asked on 12/05/11, 10:18 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
Sue Roberts-Kurpis, Esq. Law Office of Sue Roberts-Kurpis
A "motion to advance" is a party's request to the court for an earlier hearing date. Don't know what a "pre-jury trial" means without some context.
Answered on 12/05/11, 4:54 pm
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