My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: California
My wife got a speeding ticket, the "[appear] on or before this date" on which is June 3, 2020. https://www.lacourt.org/ says "PRESIDING JUDGE KEVIN C. BRAZILE EXTENDS ORDER CLOSING COURTROOMS, DELAYING TRIALS AND NON-ESSENTIAL MATTERS THROUGH JUNE 10. ... Effective April 10, the Court implemented a 90-day grace period on all Traffic and Non-Traffic Infraction matters." My wife went to the web site and extended the payment till Nov, anyway. She plans to do a Trial by Written Declaration. https://www.courts.ca.gov/cms/rules/...nkid=rule4_210 says "If the clerk receives the defendant's written request for a trial by written declaration by the appearance date indicated on the Notice to Appear, the clerk must ... extend the appearance date 25 calendar days and must give or mail notice to the defendant of the extended due date on the Request for Trial by Written Declaration (form TR-205) ..." "The defendant must file a Request for Trial by Written Declaration (form TR-205) with the clerk by the appearance date indicated on the Notice to Appear or the extended due date as provided [above]." What is the last day my wife can request a Trial by Declaration? Based on June 3, or Nov?