May I reschedule my court date?

A written motion to continue is required at least ten calendar days prior to any scheduled Bench Trial, Jury Trial, Order to Show Cause, or Suppression hearing. The Judge has the final say in granting or denying your request. If granted, you will be notified of your new hearing date by mail. An arraignment may be rescheduled one time by the court clerk. Any subsequent rescheduling will require documentation supporting your request (doctor's note, etc.) and will require Judge's approval. A pre-trial review hearing may be rescheduled only after you have notified the prosecuting attorney, allowing them to advise the court whether they have any objections to your motion.

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1. May I complete traffic school?
2. How do I contest my ticket?
3. What if I need to make payments?
4. What if I live out of state?
5. What qualifies as an appearance?
6. May I contact the court before five days?
7. What if I am unable to contact the court before 14 days?
8. May I reschedule my court date?
9. May I contact the prosecuting attorney?
10. May I speak with the Judge?
11. May I perform community service in lieu of my fines?
12. May I have an attorney appointed?
13. How do I get my charge(s) expunged?
14. How do I file a Small Claim?