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You have 30 days to try to reset your appointment after which your license will be automatically suspended if you don't. So if this matter just happened yesterday, you want to get over there as soon as you can and try to set a new appointment.
It's discretionary. By that, I mean that the ALJ can set a new date for you or can deny you a new date, and they will probably make you pay a bond to get the date so that they know that this time you'll make your appearance. But the sooner you get back there and and try to get a new date, the more likely they will give you one.
They will likely send you a notice of this as well, but you shouldn't wait for it.