Yes they can require his appearance, however you may want to contact a local traffic lawyer to see what options they may be able to offer. Hope that's helpful
He needs to contact an attorney in the locale where this occurred and go over the options. Also, get the drivers record and clear up the suspension asap.
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Definitely call a Tennessee lawyer who handles traffic cases and see if he or she can appear for him. Will need a lawyer because in Missouri that is a 12 point ticket if found guilty.
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