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Are any special considerations made for vulnerable or intimidated witnesses when setting trial dates?

If you are a vulnerable or intimidated witness, the prosecution or the defence lawyer will ask the court to give the case priority when setting the times and dates of hearings. This is to minimise pre-trial delay and waiting times on the day of the trial.

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