my friend is in jail & i looked up his records & it states that he got a "notice returned served", what does that mean?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It probably means that he was formally noticed for a hearing. It is just a step to verify that he is aware of a court date. If someone misses a court date after being properly served with notice a warrant can be issued for their arrest. If he is in jail, the jail will probably handle transporting him to the court date.
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