Q: now I have to go to court tomorrow at 11 o'clock is there anyway I can continue this case and get it later or should I just go and plead guilty and get the case over with which I feel I am being discriminated against and taken advantage of what should I do
A: Unfortunately, it is likely too late to find an attorney, or to file a Motion to Continue. Accordingly, if you want to get this continued tomorrow, then you'll need to appear in person and ask the judge. You should be ready to explain why you need a continuance and why you are not prepared to proceed. Generally, continuances are not granted except when there are extenuating circumstances, such as if you were in the hospital for a few days and could not adequately prepare your defense. In any event, you can certainly appear tomorrow to ask for the continuance in court when the judge calls the case. If it is not granted, then you'll need to argue on the merits ... i.e., that you attempted to pay the rent, and that the landlord refused to take the money (I would bring the rent money tomorrow to pay in front of the judge if necessary). Having said that, without a written lease, then the landlord can terminate the tenancy with 30 days notice anyway. So the bot***** *****ne is that you should be prepared to leave no matter what. The only real issue is when ... this week, or 30 days after you moved in.
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