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Thank. you for the letter. In short, if you are ordained to appear in court you must go. If you fail to attend, a warrant can be sought for your arrest. If there is any legitimate reason you cannot go, you must contact the court immediately and explain the reasons as to why. If there are travel issues, you can still attend a hearing by use of internet video communications.
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