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This notice is best followed up by a second notice, and then a third notice of default judgement. You get the default judgement from your notary public when the court fails to answer your first and second notices. Your second notice gets changed only enough to let them know about the pending default judgement if they do not reply to your second attempt at honorable discussion. All these notices need to be stamped by a notary public for the court to see them. While you can go to the court and drop them off yourself and get a court stamp on them as well as proof that they have been entered into the file, it is best to have your notary send them registered mail. Have your notary open a file for these notices so you have record of delivery. It is also needed for the default judgement. The default is not sent to the court. It is kept by your notary for their pickup. If they do not pick it up, it is yours.
While it is not necessary for you to appear after giving these notices, I would recommend that you do to hand them the notices and proof of claim of default. I would start out by saying after your name has been brought up "I am here for that matter. For Public record, I am making a special appearance in regards to ticket # XXXXXXX, and have waived all privileges." Then call the bailiff over and hand him your notices and proof of service with the default judgement for the judge to see.
Also worth noting, your first notice should be sent within the first three days of receiving the ticket. I'll explain more about that in a future post.
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