Q: Will I be contacted by the Prosecutor to discuss being a witness in an assault charge I filed against my husband?
My husband is the defendant and now I've been told, I would be a witness in this case. Will the prosecutor's office contact me to go over my testimony or should I contact them?
A: Generally the prosecutor will contact you, but lots of time they don't contact you until the day of court. They don't really go over you testimony with you, but do ask some questions if they are interested in pursing the case. For that you may want your own private lawyer.
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