Q: Is there a way I can still have the case continued where I dont testify in court infront of the gentleman?
He makes me really un easy just being around him
A: Unfortunately you need to provide some additional information for a reliable response. Are you a defendant (doesn’t sound like it)? Or are you a victim or other witness (sounds more probable)? Cases get dismissed when witnesses fail, or refuse, to testify. They can be passed or continued at the request of the DA or prosecutor if the Court (Judge) allows. But, if the defendant fights the case, witnesses must give testimony that a crime was Commited and identify the individual responsible or he/ she will walk free.
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