If I was served a hearing date for a peace order but I don't want to contest the hearing do I have to attend the hearing

Asked over 1 year ago - Baltimore, MD

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  1. Bennett James Wills


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    Answered . It's always a good idea to attend any hearings that you may be a party to. If you fail to show, then a peace order could be entered against you. Whether you contest it or not, you do have rights. I would also recommend speaking with an attorney.

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