I got into a crash 11-23-16 and toppled 2 vehicles ( no one for injured) I was deemed at fault and case was dropped . I just got a Supenoa to be in court tommrow for suspended license and negligent driving . My license was in good standing at time and have proof for that. I asked my former employer for help with Gia coal
Obligations to get to Maryland from NJ but he declined. So I feel it is my duty to come after damages because my life was in danger at time of crash. Had it not been over weight I'm sure I could of avoided some type of crash.
You have been summoned to appear in court for these driving violations. If you fail to appear, a warrant will be issued for your arrest. You must appear for court.
You should have an attorney representing you. You can ask for a postponement and it will be up to the judge whether to grant it. You can go to the Public Defender, but they need at least 10 business days notice.
Your boss would not be responsible for getting you to court. Insurance will cover the damages to the vehicles.
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