1 Comments Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
If you have received a subpoena to attend court you must attend unless you can produce a medical certificate that states your condition prevents you from attending. You must ensure that certificate is delivered to the court at least by the time that you are to appear.
If you believe your evidence may incriminate you in some way, you can advise the court of this when you start to give your evidence, and request indemnity from prosecution. The judge/magistrate will decide whether you qualify for that indemnity.
You must give your evidence truthfully. If you do not remember state that, do not say it if you do remember.