So I was recently caught for curfew and the officer said he will send it back to the prosecutor and see what he wants to do he said I might not get charged, however the newspaper said we were charged but it didn’t say we were issued a summons does this mean I have too go too court
Until you get a summons to show up, nothing has happened. The newspaper isn't always correct.
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