I have a PSI scheduled soon. My attorney wants to see me beforehand, though, and has not been able to. Atop of that, I have transportation problems getting to the PSI, and an immediate-family medical emergency has occurred in the last 48 hours causing more transportation problems. I called my PSI officer over a week ago in order to reschedule based on atty & transportation. If I cannot show, yet have given notice that I can't go, can I still be remanded/have my bond revoked for failure to show to the PSI?
You need to appear at the scheduled PSI meeting if you are not granted a resetting of that hearing. If not, you could have your bond revoked. Talk to your attorney for more information.
What will happen in your particular situation depends on the history of your case. Have this conversation with your lawyer.
Not showing up can cause your bond to be revoked, HOWEVER you need to speak to your attorney about this since he/she is best familiar with your case.
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