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How do you look up Clarenville, Newfoundland, court dockets?

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The Law Courts of Newfoundland and Labrador have an online docket system for the 10 local courts within its jurisdiction, one of which is the Clarenville court. The online docket reference is available for public use.

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How do you look up Clarenville, Newfoundland, court dockets?
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When accessing the online court docket, the user must select the local court docket he is interested in reviewing. In this case, the Clarenville Court link takes the user to the public court portal. At the public portal, the user must select the court days for which the court docket should be displayed. The user also has to choose an office, which is the local court location. The case type must be chosen, and the user should click on either Civil, Criminal or Traffic.

After the variables are selected, the user then clicks Run Docket to get the docket report for the days selected. Although the docket lists should be current, it is possible that there might be last-minute changes. The court website warns that if a person has received a summons, but the case is not listed online, the person must still appear before the court. The youth court docket is the only docket not available through the public database, pursuant to Canadian law.

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