You can look up court case numbers at Pacer.gov, states the Administrative Office of the U.S. Court. The Public Access to Court Electronic Records is an online service provided by the Federal Judiciary that allows users ... More »

Many state and local court websites feature a tool to search cases by case number on the main page, while some feature a tab or link called Online Services or Site Map that leads to a search tool. NCSC.org features links... More »

Most county courts operate official county websites where online users can search court records by cause numbers. A cause number is a series of numbers a court gives to a prosecuted case for easy filing and identificatio... More »

Jurisdiction refers to whether a court has the legal authority to hear a case, and venue refers to where a court case will be heard. In a civil case (a dispute between two parties), venue is determined by where the parti... More »

A closing statement, also known as a closing argument, is an oral statement made by an attorney after all of the facts of a court case have been presented, explains the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. The purpo... More »

Finding a court date involves finding the jurisdiction of a case, finding the case number and looking it up online. Failing to appear in court on the scheduled date may lead one to lose the case, pay a fine or even get a... More »

A case number may be used to check court appearance dates based on the court calendar or through a case access system supplied by some courts in the United States, according to the Superior Court of California in Santa C... More »