Hi, I received a subpoena to appear in an Oregon court as a witness. I am also the "victim" in this case. I did NOT choose to press any charges against the defendant but the state of Oregon decided they were going to press charges against the defendant. I support the defendant and am from Michigan. I am in Michigan right now. The paper subpoena was sent to the incorrect address in Oregon (not where I live!) I was wondering on the grounds of self-incrimination, travel, incorrect addresses, or anything else, do I have to show up in court (in Oregon)?? If so, I am in Michigan and if I stay in Michigan, and do not enter Oregon, they can't arrest/touch me correct? Can Michigan extradit me? The police probably are assuming I'll testify against the defedant but I will not.Additionally, the police didn't even listen to me from the start; now they're forcing me to incriminate the defendant. I don't even agree with everything written in the full police report (of which I obtained a copy and read). The trial is in June. I wanted to revise my statements which I initially was planning on doing because I was not clear-headed at the time (in fact I was pregnant and didn't know it), and the police embellished what actually happened. They are forcing me to incriminate my fiance (the defendant) I know that as a witness if I refuse to testify they can pretty much arrest me too! Should I still contact the arresting officer? Will it help or hurt the defendant? I had already made several attempts to contact the officers but the arresting officer was on vacation and another wasn't with the PD anymore! Any advice would so greatly help with our situation in Oregon!