We were driving, in Monterey and I was going 82 mph while in a 65 mph I am from concord do I have to attend a court date here in Monterey
The citation lists the court where you need to appear.
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You are required to appear in the court address shown on your citation by the court date and time shown on the citation. Or you can retain an attorney to appear for you. If my answer was helpful or "the best answer" or helpful, please mark it as such. Thank you.
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If you were pulled over in Monterey County, you will need to appear on the date and time shown on the citation. If it is a traffic citation (ticket), then that would be Marina Courthouse. If you fail to appear, the court can issue a warrant. You can hire an attorney to appear for you if you do not want to drive all the way down to beautiful Monterey.
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