How to Be a Witness in Court?

Answer As a witness in court, you are a very important part of the legal process. What you say and how you say it can keep an innocent person from going to jail or ensure that a guilty person is not set f... Read More »

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Who can witness an affidavit?

In the United States, a notary public or other official authorized to administer oaths must witness an affidavit. An affidavit must be signed by the witness who is making the oath (known as the mak... Read More »

How to Witness Ash Wednesday?

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Lent is a time of reflection and renewal for many Christians. It is a time for selflessness and humility. We think of the ways in which we have Offended G... Read More »

Do I have to give a witness statement?

On One Hand: They Can Force YouThe law is pretty clear that once a person is named as a witness to a crime, event or case, that witness is obligated to give a witness statement. If not at the crime... Read More »

How to Write a Witness Statement?

In the event that a crime serious enough to require witness testimony is committed, knowing how to properly take down a witness statement can be the difference between an unresolved (or worse yet, ... Read More »