Frequently Asked Questions - Suffolk Victim/Witness Services...
If you do not have permission to be excused from court by the Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney prosecuting the case, the court can issue a capias for your arrest for failure to appear. Contact phone numbers are provided on the subpoena to assist you in contacting the attorney should the need arise.
Frequently Asked Questions
Follow the instructions included with your subpoena. If you still have questions call our victim/witness coordinator at 618-277-3892.
Speeding Ticket FAQ
A subpoena is a court order to appear or bring information to a court proceeding. The target of the subpoena can object to the order, and a case within a case can evolve that deals solely with the subpoena. A subpoena has to be "served" on the party being ordered to produce information or testimony. Anyone can serve a subpoena, as long as they are not directly involved in the litigation.
New York City Family Court
It is very important for you to come to court on your adjourn date. In case of a serious emergency, send someone in your place to explain your absence or notify the court by phone or in writing. It is up to the Judge to decide whether to grant you an adjournment. If you do not appear, your case may be dismissed and you will no longer have a temporary order of protection.
Provincial Court of Newfoundland and Labrador - FAQ
You may proceed to Enforcement if your Judgment has been registered with the Sheriff's Office, pursuant to the Judgment Enforcement Act. A brochure is available from the Court pertaining to Enforcement.
Printable Version - FAQ
A subpoena is a court order compelling a person to attend court to give evidence. If you do not attend, you may be arrested. If you do not think that you have any material evidence to give, or believe that the issuance of the subpoena is an abuse of process, an application may be made to the court to set it aside.
AthenLaw.com - Traffic & MVA Hearings - Traffic FAQ
Several thing happen if you fail to appear for a court date. For minor traffic violations where you have not paid the fine, your drivers license will automatically be suspended. Driving While Suspended for failing to appear in court is subject to a 60-day jail term and a $500 fine. For major traffic violations, the judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest.
For your safety, you should assume that we will turn over log file entries if we are presented with a court order, subpoena, warrant, or other legal demand originating from a non-totalitatarian government entity. We do not have the resources to mount legal challenges. We do not know our users, and thus we cannot contact them to allow them to mount a challenge.
RPD - FAQ
That depends on your bail status and what you were supposed to be in court for. If you've posted bail, it could mean you are found guilty and your bail is forfeited. If it was for a mandatory appearance, the judge will issue a bench warrant for your arrest. If you were to be there for a traffic trial, the judge may try you in absentia (the officer will present the case without you, and you will probably be found guilty).
Frequently Asked Questions of the Housing Court Department
Upon discovering that a warrant has been issued against you, a party should immediately appear in person at the Office of the Clerk Magistrate to file a Motion to Remove the Default and Recall the Warrant. Since an outstanding warrant may result in the arrest of the alleged violator, time is of the essence and prompt action should be undertaken.
Kitzmiller v. Dover: Day 6, AM: Barbara Forrest (continued)
THE COURT: No, I'll sustain that objection. I think that's problematic, and I think furthermore the court is capable of understanding that case. So it's probably a needless question anyway. So let's move on.
Maryland Judiciary - Frequently Asked Questions
A subpoena to appear as a witness is a court order and must be obeyed. Failure to appear in court in response to a subpoena could place you in contempt of court. The subpoena may contain information or instructions about the trial. You should try to follow these instructions as it may save you time. The State's Attorney's office for each county in Maryland (and Baltimore City) has a victim/witness assistance coordinator who can answer your questions and help you through the court process.
Frequently Asked Questions
When your fine shows an arrears balance, you will receive a reminder letter. If the fine remains unpaid following this letter, you will be cited to appear at a Means Enquiry Court.
Jury Duty FAQ
If you fail to report to jury duty or do not complete the questionnaire, you may receive a summons and be required to explain to the Administrative Judge as to why this information was not provided or why you did not report. You may also be subject to arrest and possibly a fine.
Records Division FAQ
If you do not pay the fine on your ticket, you will have to appear in court before the judge to plead your case. The judge will decide if you have to pay the fine or not. You may not be able to register your vehicle if the fine is not paid and interest accrues on all unpaid balances. If you do not show up for court, the judge will issue a warrant for your arrest. This warrant information is entered into a nationwide law enforcement computer system.
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There is the risk that the domain holder transfers the domain to a third party during the lawsuit. Thus, the lawsuit would become obsolete, and you would have to sue the new holder (who can transfer the domain again....).
DCFS - Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family ...
If the Juvenile Division decides that it is necessary to remove a child from the home, several possibilities exist: in a foster or group home Where the child goes depends on the needs of the child. The court will order that the parents and the child protection agency work together to reunite the family as quickly as possible. Court hearings are held at least every six months if a child is removed from the home to make sure that efforts are being made to bring the child safely back home.
Frequently Asked Questions about Small Claims Cases
When you arrive in the Small Claims Court, it is a good idea to announce to the clerk that you are present. If the justice of the peace calls the "docket," that is each case scheduled to be heard at that time, you should answer "present" when your case is called. If you have demanded a jury, a jury panel will be available from which you will select six jurors to decide your case.