If your in jail on bench warrant and your trial date comes up while in custody can they refuse to take you to court
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There's a lot of reasons this could happening
Mostly having to do with the how the judge handles his or her docket. He should get an attorney. Things will get a lot more clear.
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It could have been a trial calendar call which means the judge only wants announcements and trials aren't going to start that day. Let's start from the beginning where your husband went wrong. He is representing himself. That is the first mistake which led to the others. And that explains why he is back in jail and has all these issues. I suggest you either hire an attorney or use the public defender assigned. Things will be a lot more clearer and understandable when an attorney is there to guide you.