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What happens if I do not come to court?
Failure to appear at the time and place indicated on your subpoena may result in your being held in contempt of court. A warrant for your arrest will be issued and, upon your arrest, a hearing will be scheduled for you to appear before the judge and explain why you did not appear. If you are found to be in contempt of court, you can face jail time and/or a fine

Questions about Subpoena

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1. I received a subpoena and I can not make the upcoming court date, what do I do?
2. What happens if I do not come to court?
3. I received my subpoena after the court date, what do I do?
4. Do I need to bring anything with me to Court?
5. What if I want to drop the charge?