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    What Is "the Record" and How Is It Made?

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    For your "viewing pleasure", these scans are from Evidence Under the Rules (Aspen Casebook Series), 4th Edition (2000) (Mueller and Kirkpatrick) (Note: although current edition is the 8th, if you take a look, it says much the same):

    To summarize for convenience:

    The “official record” of a trial actually comprises five different kinds of material:

    1. The pleadings;
    2. Filed documents;
    3. The record of proceedings;
    4. The exhibits; and,
    5. Docket entries.
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    Last edited by allodial; 03-13-16 at 04:23 AM.
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    Docket entries or The Register of Action (Certified Copy) court clerk from her issuing a summons then a warrant for evading service to i cant release the docket only the crown can give you that in a disclosure. A provincial nightmare its still very much BRITISH up here.Walter how might one get a Certified Copy of his charges with a true name

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    lodi a great post “official record” of a trial actually comprises five different kinds of material:

    1. The pleadings;
    2. Filed documents;
    3. The record of proceedings;
    4. The exhibits; and,
    5. Docket entries.if one is not in a common law venue or have any legal standing he must establish his own court of record lawfully those Docket entries are a consise record of Clerk Malfeasance i once heard

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