It is up to the prosecutor whether there are so many errors that he or she would not think the officer was reliable. In court, the officer could testify that he made some errors in the notice to appear and remedy the situation. However, with so many errors, doing so would affect his credibility, and the judge might acquit you of the charge.
I suggest you try and talk to the prosecutor before going to court to explain all of the errors and to see if you can get the charges dismissed. If not, then you have the right to a hearing before a judge to testify about the incident. Then it will be up to the judge to decide.
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