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    Q190: Do I need to take anything to court with me if I am a witness?

    No, you do not need to bring anything to court other than yourself. The officer in the case or the CPS officer should have a copy of your statement (if you made one) from which you can refresh your memory.

    When you arrive at court on the day, go and find the Witness Service and/or Victim Support Service and they may be able to put your mind at rest as for many people giving evidence can be a very anxious prospect.

    For more information please see the websites in Related Information. There is also a link to the 'Help for Victims' website and a YouTube video guide to their website.

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