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May the Court Force Me to Testify? - FindLaw

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This means that in most cases, you can't be forced to testify against your spouse in court. The witness is one party's attorney, psychotherapist, or priest: These ...

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 ...

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).

What You Should Know About Testifying at a Trial or Deposition

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It's natural to feel somewhat nervous and upset about testifying as a witness at a ... should help make you more comfortable in your role as a witness before the.

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

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Apr 27, 2015 ... 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 I be Forced to Testify as a Witness? - LexisNexis

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Family Code Section 217, specifically states that the court must receive any live, ... For instance, a person may be excused from testifying as a witness if he/she is  ...

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.

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.

Victim Rights - State Attorney

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What is a subpoena and what should I do with it? ... I've received the subpoena but I don't want to testify. ... However, if your child is a victim/witness in a case, his or her Victim Advocate will be present at the court proceeding to assist with his or  ...

How do I Get Witnesses to Testify in my Case? - HG.org

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A court can force a potential witness to testify by issuing a subpoena. ... In order to get a subpoena issued, the party who wants the subpoena must petition the ...

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

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A witness can be subpoenaed (ordered to attend court) as set out in the Criminal Code of Canada or by a criminal ... You must tell the truth when testifying.

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 ...

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.