Speak to the DA
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She will have to respond to the summons to testify. You can retain an attorney to protect her rights, but she would not be entitled to a court appointed one. Call the District Attorney's Office and speak with the victim witness advocate and the assistant district attorney handling the case.
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Speak to the prosecutor's office about this. The child can be compelled to appear and to testify (or be held in contempt if they do not). Also, speak to your own attorney or ask for one at the trial.
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