Type of Setting Requested:
Identify this as succinctly as possible with enough information to advise the Court of the
nature of the setting. For example: Motion to Compel Answers to Written Discovery; Motion for Summary Judgment; Hearing on
Special Exceptions; Bench Trial; etc.
Date of Setting:
See the Court’s calendar as shown on this web site for available dates. If the date you need is not on the calendar, contact the Court Coordinator
at Admin@court506.com. In most situations, civil matters will be heard at the 10:00 a.m. Civil Ancillary docket call, unless
otherwise noted by the Court Coordinator.
Estimated Amount of Court Time Required: Be generous.
Sign your request with the standard pleadings signature block of the
requesting attorney so that we will have name, address, phone numbers and email addresses at hand.Your matter will not automatically
be set on the date requested. You will be contacted directly by the Court Coordinator to confirm the date and time of your
hearing. In setting your matter, please extend common courtesies to all counsel and pro se parties regarding the dates requested
and time expected before the Court. In the event the opposing side fails to respond to your request, please note that detail
on your Setting Request, giving the date and time of your attempts to coordinate the setting.
Once a setting has been confirmed by the Court Coordinator, the requesting
attorney is responsible for notifying opposing counsel, any pro se parties, and the District Clerk, in writing, to insure
that all necessary persons have notice. Provide a copy of your written notice to the Court Coordinator.
At the end of all motions and other documents on which is included a
Certificate of Service, please include the opposing counsel’s name, address, phone number and fax number. Please do
not put "... a copy has been sent to all opposing counsel." This will provide the Court with the contact information
on all the attorneys in the case. In a multi-county district, the Court does not have access to all court files all of the
time. For pro se litigants, the same rules apply.