Serving as a Witness in Court?
You Need Our Washington, D.C. Witness Representation Attorneys: (202) 759-7929
Witness testimony is often crucial evidence in civil and criminal cases.
While witnesses themselves are not the subject of a legal case, rarely
do they realize that it is equally important that they be represented
by a lawyer as well. If you are subpoenaed as a witness in a civil or
criminal case, you need to consult with an attorney beforehand. You have
a right to have a lawyer with you at all times when you are a witness.
You do not have to do it alone. We are here to help and advise you throughout
the entire process.
Whether you are providing testimony at a deposition, grand jury, or during
trial, knowing your rights and how to approach your testimony is crucial
in order to avoid jeopardizing your personal or professional interests.
Consult with one of our Washington, D.C. witness representation attorneys at
Hunter & Johnson, PLLC if you would like to have a discussion about your situation.
Start with a
case evaluation: (202) 759-7929.
Importance of Consulting a Lawyer Before Taking the Stand
Witnesses are often subpoenaed to provide testimony or additional documents
for a legal case. Sometimes, these documents or your testimony can be
potentially damaging. Your attorney can inform you of your rights, explore
the possibility of challenging the subpoena, and help you weigh the potential
risks. At our firm, we can guide you through the process and work to safeguard
Consulting a lawyer before serving as a witness can help you avoid the
- Damage to your reputation
- Damage to your career
- Criminal exposure
- Unintentional disclosure of sensitive or confidential information
- Providing testimony that appears conflicting or problematic
- Being exposed to further litigation
Confidential Evaluation: (202) 759-7929
We understand that being caught up in the legal system can not only be
incredibly stressful, but intimidating. As a witness, it is important
that you learn your rights and how to approach your upcoming case. Have our
Washington, D.C. criminal defense team personally steer you through the complex court system throughout the duration
of your time as a witness.
Learn more by
at (202) 759-7929. Ask us about how we can help.