docket docket  /ˈdɑ kət/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) (law) the calendar of a court; the list of cases to be tried or a summary of the court's activities
  2. (n) a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
  3. (v) place on the docket for legal action
  4. (v) make a summary or abstract of a legal document and inscribe it in a list

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Usage(s):

  1. Erin Fehlau, an enterprising young reporter for WPXT-TV in Portland, had already obtained the docket sheet and the driving records.
  2. They looked at the docket and their faces fell.
  3. For his next big sale on April 17, DeHart lists about 100 items on the docket, including coffee, Pampers, Twizzlers, relish, macaroni cheese, and Chef Boyardee.

News

  1. Michael Turner resolves DUI charge with plea to reckless driving

    Free-agent running back Michael Turner has one fewer impediment to getting back in the NFL. His legal docket is now clear. According to John Manasso of FOXSportsSouth.com, Turner resolved a DUI charge from September 2012 by pleading guilty to reckless driving and speeding. The incident occurred in the hours after the Falcons defeated the Broncos…
    on June 13, 2013     Source: NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk

  2. PUC to hold hearing on Xcel's claim to Boulder County electricity customers

    The Colorado Public Utilities Commission will open a docket and hold a hearing on whether Boulder can serve customers in the unincorporated county over the objections of Xcel Energy should the city create a municipal electric utility.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Denver Post

  3. Public Record

    Docket
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Findlay Courier

Quotes

  1. "It's easy to have a rocket docket when you have horse-and-buggy cases," Mukasey said.
    on Sep 16, 2007 By: Michael Mukasey Source: Forbes

  2. "I wouldn't be surprised that if a lot of what remains on the docket comes down 5-4," Chemerinsky said.
    on May 10, 2008 By: Erwin Chemerinsky Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. Mr Bowen said the ACCC would conduct "the monitoring of developments relating to shopper-dockets as they arise, including any changes to the extent in the impact of shopper docket arrangements on competition".
    on Dec 17, 2007 By: Chris Bowen Source: The Age

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