The case is in Anoka County in Minnesota. Will I be asked any questions, or able to dispute if he tells inncorect statements?
Criminal Defense Attorney
Generally, you will be asked questions first to prove that he failed to pay child support for the last five years and then he can get up and try to prove you wrong. That's when he can be cross-examined to show he's lying (if he is) or is mistaken. You then get an opportunity to testify again if needed to refute anything he says wasn't said earlier by you.
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