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I am sorry to hear about this situation. You likely have a warrant out for not making it to Court the first time. The good news is that with traffic tickets, this is easily taken care of. Call a bail bondsman near the area where the court is, and ask if there is a warrant. Once they confirm that there is (likely), you can put down a bond and get another court date via the bail bondsman company. Then, you can go to the court date to get the ticket taken care of.
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