It is on the back if the original summons. You can try going to the Clerk's office to see if they will allow you to view it before the court date. If not, you will be able to view it on the court date. I don't think you have anything to worry about. Good luck.
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It is on the court's copy of the summons. Usually its not available until about a week before the court date. I handle these all the time. If you hire a lawyer you do not have to go to court. I can often get these dismissed.
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The court clerk would be the person to see for the full summons. They are not available right away so you might call ahead. Sounds like this might be relatively easily dismissed, you should speak with an attorney and may be save yourself some court time.
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You (and anyone else) has access to a pending criminal file and can review it and request a copy of the supporting deposition. If there is none, have your attorney demand an information.
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