You should file a motion to vacate the default entered against you. Most times, a timely motion to vacate with a reasonable explanation of why you failed to appear in court, will suffice. Beware, as the law requires certain motions to be filed within so many days of the Judge's decision that you are trying to overturn. These deadlines can be very short.
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