You need to call the court. Hopefully the Judge won't issue a bench warrant. Courts are usually understanding aftet large snow falls.
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Given that some areas of Suffolk have 30 inches of snow and many roads are not plowed, you should be ok IF you reach your attorney and tell him whats going on, and failing that contact the Court and advise them of what is happening with your transportation. Follow up in writing.
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You will want to let your attorney know right away so that they can appear. You might also back that up with a call to the court clerk unless your attorney tells you not to. The bad weather is certainly well known in the area so you should get a continuance.
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