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I missed acourt appointment but it was because I was not informed

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I missed acourt appointment but it was because I was not informed and I am also house bound because of falls for over a year I have Parkinsons Disease
Thank you.
M. Malik
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ben Jones replied 1 year ago.
If you are generally writing to the court then you do not need to use any specific titles like addressing it to the Magistrate or a Judge. It may not even be a judge who reads it. As such you would only be expected to use a generic Dear Sir/madam or To Whom It May Concern. It may sound impersonal to you but you are not addressing it to a specific person and as such it would be the most appropriate address in the circumstances. Also do not worry about this so much, no one would give it a second glance as to to how specifically you had addressed such a letter and it would not change anything.
Expert:  Ben Jones replied 1 year ago.
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