Unfortunately you must appear or a bench warrant will be issues. I strongly suggest you take a cab or get a friend to drive you as you are required to appear. I doubt the court would postpone a hearing based on lack of transportation as you would need to provide a te when you could be present.
You need to appear in court. Failure to appear will result in a bench warrant for your arrest and/or other charges being brought against you. Hire a cab or car service to take you. No judge will be sympathetic to the "I really don't have anyone to take me" excuse.
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You need to find a way to appear. If your court date is far enough out, more than 14 days, you could ask the court to postpone your case. The court may or may not do it. But if you fail to show, a bench warrant will be issued and you can be arrested.
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I encourage you to hire legal counsel. If not, file a motion for continuance and hope the court and prosecutor are willing.
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