Why would part of my docket sheet be sealed? Thank you in advance!
SYSTEM ENTRY - Docket Entry 9 [motion] restricted/sealed until further notice. (nc)
SYSTEM ENTRY - Docket Entry 10 [order] restricted/sealed until further notice. (mc)
1 attorney answer
I am assuming that yours is a federal case.
There are many - way too many - reasons why docket entries would / could be sealed and accordingly I am not going to start a list here and now.
You are free to reach out to the US District Court Clerk and try to ask them if they can explain the "why" of the seal or, better yet, ask your lawyer (and if you don;t have one well then you probably should).
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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