Can You Reschedule a Court Date?

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The short answer is that yes, you can possibly reschedule a court date. However, this depends on the jurisdiction itself. The best thing to do is to reach the clerk of the court specifically and explain the circumstances as to why you need to reschedule. They will tell you if you can reschedule or not and how to do it.
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Contact the courthouse that scheduled your hearing to inquire if you can reschedule. It's possible that the courthouse will decline your request, but acting as early as possible, can yield positive results.
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1. Contact the county court clerk. Look up the phone number to your county court clerk's office or find it on the internet. Remember this is the clerk to the court, not your county
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all you need to do is contact the clerk of court where she needs to appear. Explain the situation and reschedule. If you don't know where to call it should be written somewhere on
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The best way to find out your court date if you have lost your court papers, is to contact the court house themselves. You will tell them your name and they will be able to look up
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