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I live in Chicago and have an IL drivers license but don't own a car, and therefore don't have auto insurance, and only rent a car on occasion when needed, as when I traveled to Detroit this past summer (WI plate) where I received a traffic ticket for failing to stop at a stop sign. I want to contest the ticket, but can only do so in person at a future court date in Detroit, but for obvious reasons cannot afford (time and money) to attend since I live almost 300 miles away. My driving record is clean, and haven't received a moving violation ticket in over 10 years. I plan to write a letter to the Detroit 36th District Court Judge to explain and defend my predicament in the hope that he may discard the ticket. What can I expect to happen if I don't attend the court date and ignore the fine?