If you missed your first court date in an eviction case, and if the landlord did show up for court, chances are good that the judge automatically ruled in your landlord's favor. So at this point, not only are you in jeopardy of being removed from your home by the sheriff in a few days if you don't leave, you ALSO have a judgment of eviction against you, which can make it very difficult to find a new place to live.
I recommend you hire a good landlord-tenant attorney to negotiate a deal with your landlord that can prevent any serious harm coming from this. You can call me for a free consultation.
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The first step is to find out what has happened with the court proceeding. You can call the court and they should be able to tell you. Due to budget cutbacks the court has limited phone hours. If you have an eviction judgment against you then you may have very limited options. Your post does not provide the kind of details that an attorney will need to give you good advice. Feel free to give me a call for a free consultation. Best wishes, Scot Eliot