The CT Court Case has been updated with yet another new date for Frischling to enter a plea in his double felony case (9/23/2011) and now a notice that a Bail Commissioners Letter has been sent.
Thanks to a reader for sending in the following link to "What Is a Bail Commisioner's Letter?":
A bail commissioner letter is a formal notice sent by a bail commissioner to a defendant. The bail commissioner letter indicates that the defendant needs to appear in court or risk legal consequences.
A bail commissioner letter acknowledges that a defendant has missed a court appearance. The letter indicates that the defendant still has a legal obligation to appear before a judge or jury. In this way, the bail commissioner letter is a formal summons. It is intended to limit the number of re-arrests police officers must make.
So instead of the judge immediately issuing an arrest warrant based on a failure to appear, Frischling kindly got one final warning from the court: Show up or go to jail.
Once again all evidence contradicts Frischling's claim that the case had been dropped.