No. I don't think it means they're going to lock you up for sure. Did you ask your attorney why you needed to appear? I think you should contact your attorney and ask him/her why you're needed.
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I am unsure of exact question, but in general: if it is a felony charge you must appear in person (unless excused); if a motion to set aside a bench/arrest warrant, the defendant show be present in person to assist the lawyer with the motion; If a normal appearance you should be present unless excused by the defense attorney; if on for Motion Hour in Circuit Court, I advise my clients to appear. There are too many possibilities to list. Contact your attorney to get a clarification.
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