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The judge cannot see me until the detective signs over the

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The judge cannot see me until the detective signs over the case file, I'm in court.
In my experience, generally that means they will hold you there to see if the detective shows up with the file and if he does not by the close of business, they will give you another date to come back and see the judge.

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