A copy of the motion needs to be served on the prosecutors office.
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Most, but not all, courts require such motions to be served on the DA. Some also require service on the probation department as well. Good luck. Hiring an attorney to help with this shouldn't cost much, and will generally greatly increase your chances of success. Good luck.
Agreed. Serve it on the DA and find someone to appear on your behalf.
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The motion needs to be filed/calendared in person at the courthouse where your case was originally heard. Hire a locally experienced criminal defense attorney to assist and appear on your behalf.
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