Maryland Rule 4-248 provides that the Office of the State’s Attorney may move the court to mark a case as a “stet” or place it on what is commonly referred to as the “stet docket.” This blog post addresses the definition of a stet and what effect it has on a case.
- What is a Stet?
- What Happens During the First Year of a Stetted Case?
- What Happens During the Second and Third Years of a Stetted Case?
- What Happens After the Third Year?