Thank you for the additional information. In a situation like this, you first need to decide if you want to try and stay in the program in hopes of the case being dismissed or go to trial
and fight the case or take a plea deal. If you want to stay in the program, you need to show good cause as to why you failed to appear and why you did not contact anyone in the program, to advise them of the situation. The prosecutor and the Judge may allow you to re-enter the program, if you can show that your failure to appear was not intentional and you could not leave work. If you did not want to stay in the program, you likely could take the case to trial or take a plea deal, which should result in a probationary sentence
, if you are a first time offender. For failing to comply with the program, it should not result in any jail time but may end up causing you to get kicked out of it and not being able to have the charge dismissed, which is the goal. If you can demonstrate that you will attend all future classes and anything else imposed, you may be allowed to re-enter if that is your goal.
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