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How Will I Be Keep Informed of My Case?

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By Jacob Sal Linwood
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How will I be kept informed of my case

If you have a court case, you can ask the judge or magistrate for details on how to be kept informed of the proceedings. Usually, you can find posted dockets on a bulletin board in the courtroom lobby. You can also ask the judge or magistrate about court procedures, if you are not familiar with them.

In some cases, professionals will share information about your case with other professionals, such as care co-ordinators. However, the law requires them to seek your consent before releasing any information. When they do share information, they must only provide what is necessary. They should also get your consent before sharing any information with your relative.

Clients deserve to be kept informed of the case’s progress. Delays in communicating important details can lead to dissatisfaction and distrust, so it is essential that communication happens as quickly as possible. Even if you’re not happy with the outcome, you deserve to know where the case stands.

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