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What does "outside of the master calendar" mean?

Asked by punkrockworld (949 points ) April 22nd, 2013

For one of my law classes we are supposed to visit a court in trial. It may either be a civil or criminal case. However, the assignment states that we will not get credit for a small claims court outside of the master calendar. What does that mean? I went to a trial about a rent dispute. No attorney’s were present; just the plaintiff and defendant. Is this okay?

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What state are you in?

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Here is a site that shows the calendar’s for the various counties. I don’t think the case you attended will count.

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Thank you so much!

bkcunningham's avatar

You are very welcome. I hope it helps. I love court trials. Find a seat, sit back and enjoy.

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