A motion to vacate is a decision by a court to cancel another court decision, states US Legal. In some cases, this results in a new trial either immediately or scheduled on a later date. More »

A person who misses a court date needs to contact his attorney immediately, according to the Criminal Defense Lawyer website. Forgetting a court date has serious consequences. In the case of criminal or traffic charges, ... More »

A court disposition is essentially the court's final decision. The Supreme Court has three options to choose from when reviewing lower court decisions, including to reverse, vacate or void, to affirm, or to remand. More »

A legal motion must include a first page called a Notice of Motion, an affidavit of support and any other material that may help the court make a decision about the motion, states NYCourts.gov. The Notice of Motion infor... More »

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The purpose of a motion to reconsider form is to request a court, a government or a decision-making entity to reassess a decision, states USLegal. Differing state and federal laws determine the use of a motion to reconsi... More »

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Filing a motion to compel discovery typically involves drafting a document outlining the problem for the court and requesting relief, selecting a date for the court to hear the motion, delivering the document to the cour... More »

To make a motion in court, one must submit a written document that states who the motion is against, who filed it, and make a direct request or challenge, states the Virtual Self-Help Law Center. Motions can be submitted... More »

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