My son was physically assaulted, do I need a lawywer or will the court assings one?

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Paula J. Mcgill

Answered On Nov 5, 2013
If you are suing the person who assaulted your son, you will have to do your research and find local experienced counsel. If this is a criminal matter, and your son is merely a witness, you don't necessarily need a lawyer for him. The prosecution will prepare your son for trial as its witness.