What do I do next
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Which court? Call the clerk and ask them what it is about. Hire an attorney and they can check on it for you. The government is still well within its timeline to charge you. Could also be a civil issue pertaining to a no contact.
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There are a number of issues with someone calling you telling you that you need to appear in court.
Usually, if you are not served with a copy of a written court order (subpoena, fiat, etc) requiring you to report to court, then the request might not be legitimate.
If there is a document, you should probably consult with an attorney. The attorney would probably be able to tell you whether the document is from a court, and whether the court issuing the order has jurisdiction to compel you to appear.