If a court date concerns a traffic ticket, the website DMV.org offers a state-by-state resource finder for helping citizens determine how to pay their fines or check the dates of their hearings. TheLawDictionary.org is another resource for determining the date of a hearing.
To find out your court date, begin by accessing TheLawDictionary.org's article "How To Look Up My Court Date Online." The page stresses the importance of finding out three pieces of information: the location where the alleged crime took place, the jurisdiction (county, municipality, or district court) and your case number, which is available in any official communications you have received from the court. Once you have these pieces of information, you can go onto the relevant court's website and look for a Look Up Court Date option in its menu bar. From there, your case number should be sufficient information to find your court date, according to TheLawDictionary.org.