I am not sure what you mean. Generally, in a civil matter, if the plaintiff fails to appear, the case may be dismissed. It could be possible that the plaintiff notified the court of some emergency and asked for it to be adjourned. I am confused, however, as to why the prosecutor would be involved in your civil case unless you are actually confused and it is actually a criminal matter. It is likely that the plaintiff, instead of seeking damages through court on her own (civilly), the prosecutor will be asking for damages through restitution as part of your sentence. I could not answer without more information from you. I do handle Ionia area but I am not familiar with the scenario you describe. If you do not have a criminal defense attorney, get one now. Good Luck!
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