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Do I need to be present in court?
Generally, you do not need to be present in court unless the Victim/Witness Services Office or the District Attorney's Office contacts you by phone or mail and tells you to be there. However, as a victim you have the right to be there if you wish.

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1. Do I need to be present in court?
2. Do I get reimbursed for coming to court?
3. Can I drop the charges against an offender?
4. How long will the case take to go to trial?
5. When can I expect to receive my restitution?
6. Do I need an attorney?
7. Do have to talk to a defense attorney?
8. Do I have to talk to the media?