I lost my ticket air
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This appears to be a duplicate thread. This question, or a similar one, was just asked and answered here:
In brief: Call the court clerk - the number should be on the ticket, or, if you've lost that, just search on the internet for the court of the county where it was issued - and ask for the date. You can also consult with an attorney in private. Most attorneys have access to online databases that contain court dates and are searchable by name.
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Contact the court and see if they will set you another court date. Some judges will require you to appear in order to quash the bench warrant and provide you with a new court date
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