A hearing in a court of law is a proceeding in which a court hears and determines what happens in civil or criminal lawsuit. There are many types of court hearing like status hearing, motion hearing, preliminary hearing, trial hearing, etc. and are mostly relevant to a given case. The scope and type of court hearings within a given court of jurisdiction will vary but in all court hearings, a common factor is establishing a specific date, time, and location for the hearing to take place.
US District Court
A hearing to determine the status of something.
The most likely first step would be a hearing before the U.S. DIstrict Court for the Federal District in which the state is located.
Individual judges may use a status hearing, or status conference, in different ways, but generally it is for the lawyers to inform the judge as to what motions remain pending in a particular case, whether settlement is likely, and whether a trial should be scheduled or not.
Feb. 4, 2016 hearing by judge sullivan on keepseagle cy funds.
United States District Court for the (Region) District of (State). for example - United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. State with only one district are: United States District Court for the District of (State) for example - United States District Court for the District of Montana. Washington, D.C. has it's own district court - United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Possessions and territories are either: United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico or District Court of Guam.
If there is a court hearing it is because there is an unresoved court case to be heard.
The courts of appeals were created by Congress in 1891. They were established as "gatekeepers" to relieve the Supreme Court of much of the burden of hearing appeals from the district courts.
A court meeting designed to determine if a contract can be undone with all parties returning to their original status and, if so, how that will be done.
The "status" of the case refers to what stage of the judicial process it is in, in the court system or on the court's docket. It refers to what step of the process the case is currently (e.g.: preliminary hearing - pre-trial - pending trial - adjudicated - etc).