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

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Paula J. Mcgill

Answered 2 years ago

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.