In one of my greater moments of stupidity, I lost track of time and got ready to serve my juror summons the week after I was supposed to. Which leads me to the need to write an apology letter and ask for a postponement of the summons. So I start my letter with "I deeply regret to inform you that I missed my juror summons" I know many apology letters start this way. But what exactly do I regret? the the fact I have bad information that I need to tell you? Or the fact I have to tell you at all? English WTF
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