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    bamboozled is offline Member
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    My "case look-up says this....

    What is the name of your state>CONNECTICUT (only U.S. law)? What does the following mean? My attorney is in court and I cannot get an answer by googling it. Thank you.
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    It is about my car accident that goes to trial in a year....
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    Last edited by bamboozled; 09-16-2009 at 06:12 PM.
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    ecmst12 is offline Senior Member
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    Doesn't make any sense to me. Your case goes to trial in a YEAR. Why would you need an answer TONIGHT?
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    Answer tonight???

    I have my case look-up saved to favorites as I like to see what is filed and why. I just noticed this and I am an inquisitive person. I do not need to know this minute, but if you have a way of finding the answer I'd like to know. If nobody knows, I can ask the law librarian in Hartford, CT., or email someone in the office.
    Googling it gets nothing and I went to a "legal phrases" site and still nothing.
    I lile to learn about law, and I have the PRACTICE BOOK and find nothing there either....I find it odd that nothing comes up when the phrase is exactly as I cut and pasted it.
    Thanks anyway....no problem if this is too hard to answer.
    Have a great evening~
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    Here is is again, if anyone is a law person~
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    ecmst12 is offline Senior Member
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    I think only someone specifically experienced with that particular court would know what this meant. The law librarian sounds like a good bet.
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    bamboozled is offline Member
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    Thanks for the kind reply...

    You are most kind. I will call tomorrow and then I will post the answer. Good to learn as life goes on....
    Enjoy the night and again, thank you~
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    The answer is...... drum-roll.....

    It means that the case is re-opened and new proposals can be submitted.
    State Law Library in Hartford, CT. Thank you~

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