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Do I need a postponement?
The Dismiss Ticket Default Method requires a minimum of 15 Business days to complete the service and filing requirements starting with the day that the first document is served and filed with the court. Holidays and weekends do not count.
If you currently have less than 21 days from today until your trial date, ask the court for a postponement for a 30 day postponement of your trial.
Typically you can telephone the court clerk and ask for a postponement. Most Courts provide the court clerk authority to grant a one time 30 day postponement of an arraignment, or trial. A small number of courts however, require a personal appearance before the judge before the court will grant a postponement.
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