Under English law, affray, which refers to fighting in public, can carry a maximum sentence of up to three years in prison.
The remainder of England's 15-man squad announced Thursday features the bulk of the players who defeated Australia 4-1 in a recent five-match ODI series.
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However, English legal authorities then announced that Stokes was due to appear in a magistrates court on February 13 after Stokes was charged with affray.
That date clashes with what England had hoped would be Stokes's planned international comeback in a Twenty20 with New Zealand.
England remain optimistic that Stokes will be available for all of a five-match ODI series that starts on February 25 but the complexities of the legal system mean they cannot be certain.
As a result Thursday saw the latest in a series of qualified ECB statements regarding Stokes, with the board saying: "Ben Stokes's involvement is subject to any court obligations in relation to the incident in Bristol in September and his travel arrangements are yet to be confirmed." Stokes, who had been Test skipper Joe Root's vice-captain, was selected but later deemed unavailable for both the Test and ODI series in Australia.