I had 19 year on front tag and 20 on back just until
I was able to pay personal property tax for car...
You may need to clarify what you mean by handling something before you go to court. Was there a fine that was levied against you when you were charged with altered/forged license plates? If this is the case, then you could pay the fine before the court appearance date.
However, for a more definite answer, I recommend that you consult with a criminal defense attorney about this matter. Good luck.
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