What if I miss my court date? How do I request a court date?
On the day the criminal case is resolved, Petitioner must file a scheduling order identifying the issues at the Implied Consent hearing. At that time, a hearing will be scheduled. Failure to file the scheduling order will result in dismissal of the Implied Consent Petition.
Most Implied Consent will fall into one of the following groupings: All hearings will be scheduled within days of the date of the scheduling order. If a party is not available during the day time period or there are no dates available within 60 days, Court Administration will schedule for the first available date and the attorney can then follow the continuance procedure.
The hearing date must be within 60 days of the date the IC petition was filed. Court Administration Continuance Policies: In addition to the policies shown below; If a continuance is requested by the petitioner, the new hearing date must either be within 60 days of the date the IC petition was filed or the petitioner must waive the 60 day requirement.
If the petitioner waives the 60 day requirement the IC hearing will be continued until resolution of the criminal case. If a case has been continued once per side, and if the AG has previously given the petitioner a temporary reinstatement, the court should deny any further continuance requests absent good cause.
The pendency of a criminal case is not, in itself, good cause unless petitioner waives the 60 day requirement. Civil Filing will grant continuances pursuant to applicable policies and rules. If a criminal case is filed after a hearing date is scheduled and the petitioner is either temporarily reinstated or waives the 60 days requirement the hearing will be continued until resolution of the criminal case.
The imminent or possible filing of a criminal case is not, in itself, good cause. The following rules and procedures apply once an IC hearing date has been set unless otherwise noted above.
Court Administration Authority to Grant Requests for Continuances Civil Filing may grant one continuance per side if requested at least 1 week prior to the hearing date. The continuance may be up to 4 weeks in length.
Civil Filing will give the requesting party available hearing dates within the next 4 weeks and instruct the party to contact the other side to agree on a date.
The motion will be heard on a regularly scheduled Implied Consent IC calendar, if time permits. Civil Filing may grant ONE additional continuances of up to 4 weeks upon stipulation or letter agreement. If one is not available, Civil Filing will schedule the case for hearing on the first available date 21 days out.
No exceptions for scheduling conflicts will be granted unless a written agreement by the parties is filed. The following general policies apply as noted. If an IC petition is dismissed for failure to file a scheduling order, Petitioner may seek to have the dismissal vacated, for good cause, by filing a Notice of Motion and Motion and paying the motion fee.
The motion will be scheduled and heard on the regular schedule IC calendar. If the criminal case is eventually resolved and an IC hearing is needed, Civil Filing will reopen the case and set an IC hearing date. When filing an Implied Consent Petition, a petitioner may request a judicial stay of the balance of the driver's license revocation and license plate impoundment periods pursuant to Minn.
The judicial stay may be granted provided the petitioner meets certain criteria. To request temporary reinstatement, please follow these steps: Draft a letter addressed to Chief Judge Ivy S.I am requesting continuance date of 07/31/; in order to get my financial obligations to the court together before the hearing, as in order to file a request for defensive driving the fine must be paid in full on or before the day of the hearing.
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Yes, for Law and Motion matters, you must obtain a hearing date and reservation number prior to filing your motion. Law and Motion matters are heard Monday - Friday at a.m. (except Court holidays).