Max Lavit Rosenberg's answer Do not defraud the court. This is a ridiculous question. I am trying to imagine a situation where an attorney will write in a public forum that it would be ok to defraud the court. Again, do not defraud the court.
Peter N. Munsing's answer If the summons is for the ticket there may or may not be a docket number. However you don't want to ignore it. You want to have a lawyer who handles cases before the court in the county where it happened handle it.
Brian Lehman's answer Here is the listing of lawyers in Norwich who may be able to help you. https://www.justia.com/lawyers/traffictickets/connecticut/norwich
Traffic tickets are one of those areas of law where it is a really good idea to get a lawyer who specializes in them and who also appears in that court frequently. Don't just go with any lawyer. You could call or email the lawyers on that list, get a price quote and go with the one you feel most comfortable with.
Sally A. Roberts' answer You posted this a month ago - that you were going to your probation officer the following morning. So how did that meeting go? What did you tell your probation officer? You might have a follow up question to post here.
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