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Call Law Enforcement Often the police will enforce a court order on your behalf. However, before calling law enforcement, its recommended that you call the other parent to let them know that they are violating a court order, and you will call the police if they do not provide the child immediately.
If you want to file a motion, the process is generally something like this: You write your motion. You file your motion with the court clerk. The court clerk inserts the date and time your motion will be heard by the judge. You serve (mail) your motion to the other side.
Simply fill out the response form, telling the court why you disagree with the other partys position. When you file the response, you will be asked to pay a filing fee. You do not need to prove your case in the response; you simply need to tell the court what you believe to be true.
File a Motion Affidavit for Citation for Contempt of Court (Form JDF 1816) signed in front of a notary public or court clerk. Complete an Order to Issue Citation and Citation to Show Cause (JDF 1817) Send or take the forms to the court in person.
The responding party shall have 21 days after the date of service of a motion, or such lesser or greater time as the court may allow, in which to file a response. The moving party may file a reply no later than 14 days after the date of service of the response, or such lesser or greater time as the court may allow.
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Your Trial Setting Conference You will get a trial date when you have a hearing called a Trial Setting Conference. The judge wants everyone who will be trying the case to be at the hearing. This means your lawyer, if you have one. If you dont, you have to go.
The Preliminary Hearing At this hearing, the judge must decide if there is sufficient probable cause to move the case into District Court. The prosecutor must present evidence that shows it is more likely than not that a crime occurred, and that you, the defendant, are guilty.
Call the court clerk and ask if you can request a hearing by letter. Sometimes, you need to file a lawsuit before you can get a hearing. In that situation, you need to file a petition with the court. In the petition, you will explain the facts surrounding your lawsuit and request relief from the court.
A: A setting is typically an appointment for an attorney to call the court and set a future court date.
Bond Hearing: A hearing in which the accused may ask the court to reduce the set amount of bond. Bond is an amount of money which is required to get out of jail while resolution of the criminal case. The posting of bond does not mean the case is over. You cannot pay to have a criminal case dismissed or thrown out.

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