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May the Court Force Me to Testify? - FindLaw

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As a general rule, a court can force you to testify after sending you a subpoena ... A witness can, at any time, refuse to answer a question by claiming protection ...

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

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You must tell the truth when testifying. Lying in court is a crime called perjury, and you can be sentenced with a jail term of up to 14 years. If you make a mistake, ...

OSBA | Being a Witness

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Apr 10, 2014 ... Of course, parties in the case also may testify on their own behalf, and, ... A person called as a witness generally must give testimony when it is ...

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

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May 4, 2016 ... The complete cooperation and truthful testimony of all witnesses are ... If you are testifying at a criminal trial, the defendant must be present in ...

Can a witness refuse to testify? | Reference.com

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According to Legal Match, witnesses do not have to testify in court if they ... In all other cases, witnesses must testify when called upon or be subject to legal ...

Rule 603. Oath or Affirmation to Testify Truthfully | Federal Rules of ...

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Before testifying, a witness must give an oath or affirmation to testify truthfully. It must be in a form designed to impress that duty on the witness's conscience.

Subpoena to Testify | LegalMatch Law Library - LegalMatch.com

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Mar 10, 2015 ... Learn more about: Subpoena to Testify. ... at a legal proceeding, so you must appear at the place and time designated on the subpoena. ... on which you have personal knowledge (unless you are a designated expert witness).

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

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Nov 23, 2010 ... As a general rule, a subpoena must be "served" on you. ... be charged with contempt of court if you appear in court but then refuse to testify.

The Right Not To Testify - LewRockwell

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not to speak in any given situation, and there should be no compulsion upon him to talk or not ... in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.” Excellent.

Being a witness - Federal Court of Australia

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Giving evidence is sometimes called testifying. ... This is an order of the Court which tells someone that he or she must come to Court on a particular date. It is an ...

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If You Witness a Crime, Do You Have to Testify? - FindLaw Blotter

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Oct 14, 2014 ... Witnesses may contact an attorney to quash (i.e., void) a subpoena, but otherwise, the witness must appear at the time and date specified to ...

What if a Witness Is Unavailable to Testify? - Lawyers.com

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Essentially, a defendant has a constitutional right to see, face-to-face, and hear the witnesses testifying against him in court. So, the prosecution must show that ...

Tips For Testifying In Court | USAO-MDPA | Department of Justice

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Apr 22, 2015 ... We appreciate the sacrifice of your time that being a witness requires. .... testify, and you should, of course, respond truthfully to this question.