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Peremptory Setting Request CCF-3 - North Carolina

Peremptory Setting Request Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be used in Mecklenburg (District 26) Local County .
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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF MECKLENBURG ________________ COURT DIVISION CASE NUM BER ____________________  Jury  Non Jury __________________________________ __________________________________ Plaintiff(s) v s. PEREMPTORY SETTING REQUEST __________________________________ __________________________________ Defendant(s) ................................................................................................................................................................ The undersigned attorney requests a peremptory setting for the above captioned case for the following reasons: _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ The estimated length of trial is __________ days. _____________________________________ ________________ Attorney for:  Plaintiff  Defendant Date Copy mailed to: _____________________________________ ________________ Attorney for:  Plaintiff  Defendant Date _____________________________________ ________________ Attorney for:  Plaintiff  Defendant Date ................................................................................................................................................................ This request for a peremptory setting is  Denied  Approved for ___________________ ________________________________________ Presiding Judge Form CCF-3 August 2000
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