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A hypothetical person is scheduled for an arraignment on a misdemeanor charge. His attorney files a motion with the court to postpone the arraignment. Assuming the court agrees with the motion, will the court notify the defendant and if so how?

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The court will not notify the defendant. The court gives notice to the attorney who is responsible for informing the client.

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  • Could the client call the court and would the court verify that the client does not need to show up?
    – Paul59
    Mar 22 at 21:28
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    @Paul59 The client could definitely do that.
    – ohwilleke
    Mar 22 at 21:28

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