Going to Court

Children Services
Youth Justice
Criminal Justice
Communication Skills
Court Work

Posted: 09 July 2018
Website: www.childrenslegalcentre.com
Telephone: 0808 802008

You have been given this book because you’re going to be a witness at court. Lots of young people go to court as witnesses. so don’t feel that you’re alone
A witness is someone who has seen something important, or knows about something that happened. Telling the people in a court what happened is called being a witness. Remember, a witness has not done anything wrong. Many young people feel better about going to court if they know what to expect before they get there. (You may have been asked to be a witness as
prosecution or defence witness). 

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