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How much time do you have to answer a demurrer?

A demurrer is an answer itself. A demurrer admits the facts of your opponent's allegations, but disagrees with your opponent's conclusions based on those facts. A demurrer can offer its own conclusions, or remain silent. If your question is really about time frames for responsive pleadings and not the archaic term "demurrer," search-engine "court rules" for the court in which your case is being litigated.

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If there is a court hearing it is because there is an unresoved court case to be heard.

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The U.S. District Courts since that court is the main trial court.

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It is an Order to Show Cause hearing.

What happens if the attorney leaves right before the court hearing to attend to something else?

Usually things are simply rescheduled.

Where do I get my transcript from my preliminary hearing?

The transcript can usually be gotten at the court house by the clerks office. Your attorney should be able to get a copy.

What is court order?

They are usually associated with a divorce or child support hearing. The court requires that the subject pay specific amounts at specific times. Failure to do so can result in jail for contempt.

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