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Going to court as a witness or victim in a criminal matter :: Justice

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If you receive a subpoena, you should arrange for time off work and for ... you may have to wait outside the courtroom until it is time for you to testify if the judge is ...

May the Court Force Me to Testify? - FindLaw

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... need. There are only a few reasons someone might be excused from testifying: The testimony ... 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 ... See FindLaw.com's articles on Trials and Subpoenas for more information. 22 44.8K 32 133 ... Get Legal Forms.

Victim-Witness Program Witness Information | USAO-WDWA ...

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May 4, 2016 ... If you have to serve as a witness, remember that your assistance is ... You will receive a $40 witness fee for each day your are required to be in court, ... If requested, we will contact your employer and outline your responsibility as a subpoenaed federal witness. ... Do I have to testify in front of the defendant?

Subpoena Information - All you want to know about subpoenas

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What if I receive a subpoena that says I have to appear somewhere other than a ... Do I have to sit around the court the whole time? ... Am I required to testify?

If I Received a Subpoena, Do I Have to Go to Court Even if I Don't ...

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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 ...

A Victim's Guide to Being a Witness and Testifying in Court - Victims ...

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May 13, 2016 ... 2 HOW WILL I KNOW IF I HAVE TO TESTIFY AS A WITNESS? 3 WHAT ... WHAT IF I AM A WITNESS, BUT I DO NOT RECEIVE A SUBPOENA?

Being a Witness in Criminal Court - Public Legal Education ...

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Nov 23, 2010 ... How do you receive a subpoena? ... You may also be charged with contempt of court if you appear in court but then refuse to testify. ... You do not have to talk to either lawyer before court, but may do so if you wish. If the lawyer ...

My Legal Rights as a Subpoenaed Witness - Free Legal Advice

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If a person is compelled to appear and testify in court or other legal ... certain documents or other items, they are legally required to do that as well. ... If you have been subpoenaed as a witness, you may request a postponement of appearance.

OSBA | Being a Witness

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Apr 10, 2014 ... Whether a witness testifies in open court or before the trial (for ... incriminate them do not waive their rights, as defendants do, if they begin answering other questions. The court can, however, order a witness to testify through a “subpoena . ... You also have the right to speak with your own attorney before ...

Responding to Subpoenas | Digital Media Law Project

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Subpoenas are not necessarily filed with the court, so if you have doubts about ... After you testify in a criminal case, you should receive an attendance fee and ...

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What Should I do if I Receive a Subpoena? - FindLaw

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Even if you are never sued and are never a party to a dispute in court, there ... chance that someday you may receive a subpoena or a summons. ... However, sometimes people are called to testify on topics that might get them into trouble later.

What do I do if I am subpoenaed to testify in a - Q&A - Avvo

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Mar 1, 2012 ... What do I do if I am subpoenaed to testify in a criminal case and I don't want to? If they have me recorded why do they need me? What are my options? ... I received my first dui and have a clean record. I am wondering if I need ...

Subpoena to Testify | LegalMatch Law Library - LegalMatch.com

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Mar 10, 2015 ... A subpoena is actually a court order telling you to appear at a legal proceeding, ... If you have not received a formal subpoena, and you are not a party to the ... You should never volunteer to testify without consulting a lawyer.