I got a ticket for failure to exhibit proof of insurance (even though the officer asked me to pull it up on my phone and I did). Got switched into surgery for the next day the the day before court, called the next morning and explained. The clerk said have my work fax a paper stating I can't come. woukdi get a warrant for missing court or will I get relisted
If you sent the court the information they requested they likely adjourned it to a new date. You should call the court administrator to make sure.
If you faxed the paperwork with the proof that the court clerk requested you should be ok and the case relisted, but their is never any guarantees and best to call and check they received it.
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If your work faxed over the paper as requested, I doubt you would have a problem. Call the court just to make sure.
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