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Definition: People who give evidence at any step in a legal proceeding.
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Alberta Resources

This online tutorial created by the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta provides information about giving evidence in a criminal trial (includes some particular references to giving evidence about abuse).

Related keywords: Elder abuse, Family violence general resources, Legal process, Self-representation, Witnesses


The Child Witness Court Preparation Program is operated by The Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse (CSICA), which is an organization committed to supporting those victims, witnesses and their families involved in the investigation of child abuse. There is information on this site for kids, parents and facilitators.

Related keywords: Victim support and victim rights, Witnesses

This website was designed and developed by young people for young people who are preparing to testify in court.. Sections include an interactive virtual courtroom, witness tips, a step by step description of the justice process, definitions and a court quiz. This project was made possible through the partnership of Sexual Assault Care Centre, The Scarborough Hospital and Toronto Child Abuse Centre.

Related keywords: Criminal law general resources, Legal process, Sexual assault, Victim support and victim rights, Witnesses

Web page provides links to provincial/ territorial information (where available) about leaves for jury and witness duty. This page is part of the HR Toolkit from the HR Council for the Nonprofit Sector.

Related keywords: Juries, Witnesses, Workers' rights and employment standards