Can I change my court date?
No. You must appear at the time and place ordered by the officer or bail commissioner on the summons or complaint you received. You can submit a request to continue your hearing, however, until you have received written notice that your date has been changed, you must appear. Failing to appear will likely result in an arrest warrant being issued. Simply submitting a request does not change the fact that you must appear at the original date and time.

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1. How do I contact the Prosecutor?
2. When should I contact the Prosecutor to discuss my arrest and possible resolution of the case?
3. Can I change my court date?
4. I have received a ticket from a Police Officer. What do I do?
5. I have received a court summons from a Police Officer or complaint but do I have to appear? Can I waive the appearance by mail and plead guilty?
6. I want to plead guilty but I do not have the money to pay the fines. When are they due?
7. I have an arraignment date set - what is going to happen?
8. What happens at trial?
9. I am a victim or witness - what is going to happen?
10. I am charged with a violation level offense. What are the possible penalties?
11. I am charged with a Class B Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?
12. Where do hearings occur?
13. Can I bring a weapon to court?
14. I am charged with a felony. What happens next?
15. I am charged with a Class A Misdemeanor. What are the possible penalties?