I've read a lot of posts where people are wondering what is taking the court so long to send a notice to you. A common scenario is that in order for the prosecutor to proceed with the filing, a complaint must be signed by the LPO from the store you got caught it. A lot of LPO's don't always work at the same store, they move around the district a lot. This can cause a delay. Its also a job position that has a frequent turnover rate. Sometimes you can get lucky and the LPO is no longer working for that store. If they can't track he or she down to sign the complaint, you most likely won't get charged unless they have you on tape.