If I went to court but they couldn’t find the police report, what can I do?

Asked on September 5, 2012 under Criminal Law, Michigan

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

When you go to court for a criminal matter, you do not look up the case by the police report. Rather, it is looked up by way of the defendant's name listed on the docket sheet posted outside a given court room for calendar call.

I suggest that you go down to the clerk's office and pull your file and review it. There you will find the criminal case number and the presumed police report within. From there you will be able to ascertain what upcoming court hearing dates are associated with your matter.


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