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Normally, a defendant needs to wait until their court dates and enrolls in court. However, you can contact the prosecutors office this morning and see if they would allow you to fill out any paperwork ahead of time or enroll prior. The reason they may not want to do it at this time, is to allow the prosecutor assigned to the case, to run your name in the system, to make sure you have no prior offenses.
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