Do you still have to go to court if you signed a stip?
Tue, 07/01/2008 20:26
I signed a stip and sent it back to the attorneys for the plantiff, I know that the court has to know about this, whonotifies the court, me or the attorneys? Do I still have to go to court, this is not a trial but a it says to appear at the clerk's office.
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