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Sure. On the top of the letter, you want to write your name, the case number XXXXX the judge. Also, include the court that your case is being heard in. This information should all be available on the notice, you were mailed by the court. You would then include a copy of the up to date registration. You can enter a plea of no contest or guilty, which ever you feel is in your best interest. No contest is not admitting guilt or innocence, it is merely a plea to resolve your case. Pleading guilty, is admitting you did it. Explain, as requested, that your current location and the amount if could cost you to travel would create a financial hardship and that you would like to resolve your case. Make sure not only that you letter is signed but notarized. Also, include in your letter the name of the person who told you, that you could resolve your case, in such a manner. This way, if there are any problems, they are can be contacted.
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