i have a court case on the 12th of july i plead guilty and now want to plead not guilty insanity
State/Country relating to question: United Kingdom
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i have court on thursday our dog was taken away by the sspca for a few problems the case has been up 18 times i tried to get signed off from going to court because of the stress and anxiety the drs wont sign me off becasue my medical notes are stuck in aberdeen as i just moved and dont know what to do
OK.So are you charged with S4 or S9?
i dont know what that means sorry
I'm going to need to know what you are charged with or I can't tell you anything at all.
under the cruelty to animals act
I'm really sorry but I cannot help then.I need to know what charges you face to tell you anything reliably about this case. The AWA 2006 has over 9 different charges and 30 different sections . Unless you can tell me which, I can't help I'm afraid.
iff i dont go to court will i get arrested the sentence is on thursday
Yes, they would probably issue a warrant for your arrest.You may be on a summons rather than on bail but it wouldn't make any difference, in principle, to the courts powers to issue a warrant if you don't attend. Sorry thats probably not the answer you wanted but it is the position that you have and I have a duty to give you truthful and accurate information even though its not what I want to say.Hope this helps. Please rate my answer OK SERVICE or above and then I will continue with this for free.
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