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Whether you're a witness, claimant, defendant or juror you are likely to be apprehensive about attending court. Procedures and formalities in court can vary widely depending on the nature of the hearing and the type of court. Whichever court you are attending, there is a wealth of information available on this site to ensure that you know what to expect.
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