Events can be on cases (e.g. a hearing), or on a court (e.g. a court holiday).

  • Type- usually indicates Hearing
  • UID- unique identifier, per the standard described in Internet Calendaring and Scheduling Core Object Specification (iCalendar), RFC4545, Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)
  • StartDateTime represents the scheduled date and time of the event/hearing. All times are "local time" at the court.
  • Duration
  • Location- "Courtroom A" or "A"
  • Code- an event type code
  • Description- corresponds to Code
  • Text- combination of Code and Description
  • ModificationType- not used


No significant "history" of past hearings, whether actually held or canceled, is maintained by most participating courts. So a court docket/schedule of the case's hearings is inherently "forward-looking". Thus the restriction on re-use of data in the Terms of Use ensures that a past hearing won't be presented in such a way as to imply that it actually took place.