Some time ago, there was a document that existed (family court case) that I remember seeing and today, when I stopped off at the clerk's office to have some documents copied, that particular document was no longer there - I suspect docket tampering because of what I know I saw a while back and is no longer there.
Never heard of such a thing. Doing so would be a very difficult thing to pull off, I would think. I would look online to see if the document is listed there, too.
I believe you in fact need a motion to correct the court file. However, you will need to be able to present proof to the court that the document you allege was in the court file was actually there, was supposed to be there, and that you have more proof than you know you saw it. I am not casting doubt on you, but what you would be asking the court to do without the other side consenting is drastic. Be prepared for the court to need concrete proof.
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