KS: Under what circumstances could a prosecutor summon someone to court without the prospective defendent ever having seeing a police officer
as far as any type of in-person warning, contact, or citation goes? The court uses the regular mail with no proof of delivery for this too, and mail glitches would result in warrants be issued.
The officers involved(as far as sending charges directly to the DA) are in-house, arguably conflict-of-interest school cops improperly in the pocket of their employers. Would I be able to file any sort of motion challenging the propriety of this? I'm scared since this is a backwoods, ingrown sort of town even the district court DA and Judge may be in the pocket of this employer and their less than squeaky-clean General Counsel.