Law Office of Richard Williams | Richard Williams
It normally means a date where you are advising the Court that you have settled the case and are prepared to plead guilty or that you advise the court that no settlement has been reached and to set the case for trial.
Answer Applies to: Alabama
Hammerschmidt Broughton Law | Mark A. Broughton
It should mean the last day of the case where the judge decides what to do. In an adult criminal case, this is usually the sentencing hearing after a plea or a verdict, and in a juvenile case it is the same thing and is actually called the disposition hearing (we don't punish juveniles, you know, we "rehabilitate" them, and we don't "convict" them of crimes, we "adjudicate" them, at least that's the fiction that is used in juvenile proceedings).
Answer Applies to: California
The Law Office of B. Elaine Jones | B. Elaine Jones
A disposition date means that it is a date in which you must appear in Court and potentially resolve your case. It basically means a status update where the Court can dispose of the case with a plea or can move it along by scheduling other hearing dates.
Answer Applies to: Florida