What is a status review hearing?
A status hearing is just that to check on the status of the case. It is a time to determine if the case can be plea bargained , discovery issues , or to set the case for trial . The status date is usually not the trial date.
A review hearing is where the court reviews something about the case. The most common review hearings in a criminal case would be a hearing scheduled to review bail or to review compliance with pretrial release or probation.
- Depositions can be useful tools in child custody and divorce cases in Iowa and Illinois. A Deposition is the process through which a person, called the Deponent, is asked questions under oath. The testimony given during a deposition is treated like testimony that is given in court.
- A letter from the criminal court in which you were a defendant, stating what the final conclusion of the case is. But a court certified disposition letter only refers to a specific criminal case, it does not indicate previous arrests, acquittal and/or convictions.
- A Certificate of Disposition is an official court document which indicates the current status of a criminal case or its final disposition. New York Notary applications may need to obtain this form before they can apply for a Notary Public commission.
Updated: 27th September 2018