Probably not, but you had better hire a lawyer to represent you and investigate to be sure, unless your ok with us on this web site taking guesses, which may or may not be correct.
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If you have a past, you know how important it is to get an attorney and exercise your right to remain silent. Get a criminal defense attorney NOW and then let her/him deal with the summons.
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