The counsel for the parties to the suit.
The Supreme Court hears any cases that involve the interpretation of the Constitution.
In keeping with tradition, the US Supreme Court justices wear black robes over their street clothes.
A supreme court ruling that found that termination of welfare with out a pre-hearing would deprive recipient of due process.
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.
The court system has many different types of hearing including an omnibus. This type of hearing and filing is usually part of the pretrial hearing.
If there is a court hearing it is because there is an unresoved court case to be heard.
The U.S. District Courts since that court is the main trial court.
what does the term "other hearing" mean in the court of law
It is an Order to Show Cause hearing.
Usually things are simply rescheduled.
The transcript can usually be gotten at the court house by the clerks office. Your attorney should be able to get a copy.
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.
A formal court hearing, conducted under the rules of evidence, to decide the disputed issues filed in the complaint or summons. Usually matters arising are child custody, visitations.