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www.justice.gov.nt.ca/en/going-to-court-as-a-witness-or-victim

The information a witness gives in court is called testimony and is used as evidence to ... At this stage you do not have to answer their questions unless you want to; but if ... If you receive a subpoena, you should arrange for time off work and for ...

www.lextalk.com/b/lextalk_blog/archive/2015/03/25/can-i-be-forced-to-testify-as-a-witness.aspx

Mar 25, 2015 ... ... the court must receive any live, competent, and admissible testimony that is ... If a witness will not voluntarily come to court, then that person can be subpoenaed. ... A subpoena is a court order that gives a person a legal obligation to appear and testify in court. Are there any Ways to Get Out of Testifying? If ...

litigation.findlaw.com/going-to-court/may-the-court-force-me-to-testify.html

As a general rule, a court can force you to testify after sending you a subpoena informing you what testimony they need. ... If you do not fall into any of these categories, it may well be the case that you have to testify. However, it may be a good ...

litigation.findlaw.com/legal-system/what-should-i-do-if-i-receive-a-subpoena.html

The lawyer that called you to testify will likely meet with you before court to make ... If you have any concerns that your testimony may land you in legal trouble, ...

www.collinsattorneys.com/received-subpoena-do-i-have-to-go-to-court-if-i-dont-want-to-pursue-domestic-violence-charges.html

Without going into the reasons for not wanting to testify against a defendant, a legally issued subpoena is a court order to get the alleged victim or other ...

reichelplesser.com/subpoena-information.html

What if I receive a subpoena that says I have to appear somewhere other than a court? ... What if my testimony may get me into trouble? ... It can be issued by a judge or court clerk, a prosecutor or defense attorney, or an investigator for the DA ...

www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/subpoena-to-testify.html

Mar 10, 2015 ... A subpoena is actually a court order telling you to appear at a legal proceeding, so you ... Can I Refuse If an Attorney Orders Me to Testify? If you have not received a formal subpoena, and you are not a party to the lawsuit, you ...

www.justice.gov/usao-wdwa/victim-witness/victim-witness-program-witness-information

May 4, 2016 ... If you need to bring anything as evidence, you will be instructed to do so in the ... You will receive a $40 witness fee for each day your are required to be in ... If you are testifying at a criminal trial, the defendant must be present in ... Your subpoena will indicate which courthouse, what courtroom, and when ...

www.massachusettscriminaldefenseattorneyblog.com/2014/11/get-summons-subpoena-go-court.html

Nov 11, 2014 ... If I get a summons or a subpoena do I have to go to court? ... Very few people want to testify against someone. ... So, if you receive the papers in the mail or are given them by someone at your home consider yourself served.

www.lawqa.com/qa/what-do-i-do-if-i-received-subpoena-but-i-cant-go

If you have a good enough reason they should be able to ... Contact the person who issued the subpoena, the party calling you to testify, ...