Guidance

Being a witness in the High Court and County Court (EX341)

What you need to do when you're asked to be a witness.

Documents

I have been asked to be a witness – what do I do?

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The court can ask you to be a witness if you have information (called ‘evidence’ in court) which may help a person (a ‘party’) who is making or disputing a claim.

Published 1 April 2014