How can I get my witnesses to appear in court?

At the Defendant’s request, the Court Clerk will issue subpoenas to ensure the appearance of witnesses and/or the production of evidence on behalf of the Defendant. However, service of the subpoenas is the sole responsibility of the Defendant. The Defendant should obtain subpoenas as soon as the trial is set.

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1. Where is the court located?
2. Where can I park?
3. What if I need special accommodations for my disability?
4. Do I have to appear in court?
5. Do I need an attorney to represent me in court?
6. What is an arraignment?
7. What is the difference between pleas of not guilty, guilty, and nolo contendere (no contest)?
8. How can I get my witnesses to appear in court?
9. How can I request a continuance on my trial date?
10. What can I expect at my trial?
11. Can I attend traffic school as a means of having my citation amended or to reduce the points on my driver's license?
12. Can I make payments on my fine or must I pay the full amount?