As a witness, do I have to talk in front of the defendant in court?
Yes. The defendant has a constitutional right to be present in court to hear what all the witnesses say.

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1. Why am I a witness? I didn't see the crime occur.
2. Where do I park as a witness in a criminal case?
3. As a witness, do I have to talk in front of the defendant in court?
4. Who will be with me in court?
5. How long will I be at court as a witness?
6. What do I do if I can't attend court as a witness on the date stated in the subpoena?
7. Does the county reimburse me for wages lost when I am a witness?