How long will I be in court?
Your actual testimony in court may not take long, but your wait before testifying depends upon many factors. You may want to bring a book to read while you wait. We will do our best to minimize your time however there may be several circumstances beyond our control. You should plan on at least a half day. The prosecutor or assigned coordinator will be able to give you some direction in this matter.

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1. Will I have to testify in court?
2. What do I do if I receive a subpoena to testify?
3. What should I do if the defense attorney or investigator contacts me?
4. What are the responsibilities of a witness to a crime?
5. How long will I be in court?
6. Can a friend or relative be in court when I testify?
7. Will the defendant be in the courtroom when I testify?
8. What time does court start?
9. Where do I park when I come to the court house or Lake County State’s Attorney Office?