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?Actual-time docket? working in Richmond J&DR (access required)

Time was when a case was docketed for 9:00 a.m. in Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, the lawyers and parties could sit all day waiting to be heard. No longer. Thanks to a computerized scheduling system developed by the Virginia Supreme Court and a five-year effort by Richmond J&DR to tighten up its schedule, ...

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