Motion Docket

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Virginia Beach Circuit Court has two dockets for hearing motions:  (1) the Friday Motion Docket and (2) the Duty Judge Docket.   Read guidelines in “MOTION DOCKETS PROCEDURES MANUAL

Motions on the Duty Judge Motion Docket shall be set  electronically by going to the Motion Docket Calendar. This online motion docket calendar will show all the appointments that are currently scheduled.  You will use this calendar to determine and coordinate available dates and times with the parties prior to scheduling. After determining available date and time, complete the Duty Judge Hearing Request Form​ and submit via email to (Dutyjudg@vbgov.com). 

The Duty Judge Hearing Request Form will be reviewed upon receipt. If in compliance with the Court’s procedures, you will receive an email confirmation (a “Duty Judge Hearing Request Response”) and the judicial assistant will print a copy of the Duty Judge Hearing Request Form for the case file. If there are any problems or issues with your request, you will be notified accordingly.

ONLINE MOTION DOCKET CALENDAR INSTRUCTIONS:  
Step 1. Check calendar via “Motion Docket Calendar” to determine available dates and times.  You will be re-directed to ChaosHost.com and see a username and login on the top right of the page.

 Login ID:  circuitcourt 

Password:  law

*There is NO FEE if you use this login.
 
You will be able to see all the appointments that are currently scheduled.  You will use this calendar to determine and coordinate available dates and times with the parties prior to scheduling. Appointments are scheduled from 10am-1pm and 2pm-4:00pm for a minimum of 30 minutes and a maximum of 1 hour.  Appointments can be scheduled in time slots that do not currently have something scheduled.
 
Step 2. After determining available date and time, submit the hearing request form via email (Dutyjudg@vbgov.com ).  After receipt of the email, the judicial assistant will review and send confirmation to you.


 

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