Fontana, CA asked in Criminal Law for Nevada

Q: I'm trying to file a motion to quash a warrant but I don't understand what the fourm is asking me.

The first line on the motion to quash reads:

"Upon application of _________, it is herby requested for the upon matter to be placed on calendar"

My question is, what do I put in that blank spot?

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A: In the blank spot, you would typically insert your name as the person (applicant) making the request. So, if your name is "Jane Doe," the line would read: "Upon application of Jane Doe, it is hereby requested for the upon matter to be placed on calendar." This signifies that you are the individual applying to the court to have the warrant quashed and the matter scheduled for a hearing or consideration.

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