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i'm involved in a case which is due heard in the county court in coventry on Friday. The case involves an investigation into my finanacial affairs following on from bankruptcy last year. I have supplied some information but cannot account for various cash transactions to the trustee appointed by the creditor. I cannot make the court hearing this Friday due to injuries sustained from a car accident- i have a letter signed by my doctor stating that i am in considerable discomfort and that it will take aprrox 3 weeks to recover. My brother dropped the letter to the court and the officials said that it is still up to the judge as to whether the case can go ahead even in my absence- is this possible and what will happen if i am physically unable to attend.
Hi Jo- The doctors letter gave specific details about the fact that i was experiencing persistent nausea from my injuries and the medication had the side effects of extreme drowsiness in the letter that was sent to me of the court date, it stated that failure to attend could result in asset seizure or imprisionment- how likely is this?