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How do I find out what my charges are?

I don't even know what my charged are. Also when they let me out of jail they gave me drug court. I live in Fresno and my drug court is in Vis. I have no car. If I remand myself how long will I be in jail?

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    Mark A. Broughton | Hammerschmidt Broughton Law
    2445 Capital Street
    Fresno, CA 93721
    (559) 233-5333
    There is simply not enough information here to answer your questions. You need to consult with a criminal defense attorney and discuss the situation in full. But if you were given a court date, car or no, you need to appear. If you don't appear then a bench warrant will be issued and you could, and probably will, be arrested at some point unless you (or your attorney) go to court to clear the warrant and proceed with the case. If the charges are misdemeanors then your attorney can appear for you, however. Do the right thing and hire an attorney. Both the direct and indirect consequences on not handling any criminal matter are significant.
    Answer Applies to: California - Replied: 7/31/2013
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