Going to court as a witness
What to expect if you're going to be a witness in a criminal court, including how to get help and support from the Citizens Advice witness service.
Who will keep you updated if you could be a witness in a criminal court.
What you need to know so you can prepare for being a witness in court.
How the Citizens Advice Witness Service can give you practical and emotional support when you go to court as a witness.
What arrangements you need to make so you're ready on the day of the trial, and how to find information about court facilities.
What will happen on the day, what the Citizens Advice witness service can do to help, where you can wait, taking the oath, giving evidence, being cross-examined and how to claim expenses.
What support is available after the trial, how to find out its outcome and what happens if there's an appeal.
How the court process differs for young people and what extra support is available to them.
An introduction to the people you might see in a courtroom if you're involved in a criminal trial.