How many times will I have to go to court?

Unfortunately, there is no uniform answer to this question. It is recommended that you stay in contact with your Victim/Witness Advocate.

Our office will send you letters notifying you of all upcoming court dates. You will typically receive these letters within the two weeks before the hearing. If your address changes, please notify your Victim/Witness Advocate as soon as possible to continue these notifications. Simply putting in an address change with the post office will not always reach our office.

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1. What should I do if a crime occurs?
2. What is a subpoena?
3. If I get a subpoena, do I have to come to court?
4. Where do I park?
5. What is my role as a victim or witness?
6. How long will court take?
7. How many times will I have to go to court?
8. Can I drop charges?
9. Are children allowed in court?
10. How do I get / drop a No Contact Order?
11. What do I do if I am scared to be in the courtroom?
12. What if I need an interpreter?