If I had a check returned in the amount of $649 but was not able to pay by deadline yet have paid since and now must appear in court, should I hire a lawyer to represent me?

Asked on January 15, 2013 under Criminal Law, Kentucky

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

Given what you have written about in the facts pattern of your question, I would appear in court without an attorney and have proof in hand showing the court that the amount demanded to have been paid was paid in full. Hopefully the court will excuse the passing of the payment demand deadline.


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