They mailed me a subpoena as the victim and a witness do I of to attend court and what if I don't want to press charges absurd the accused
The State's Attorney decides whether or not to press charges. The word "subpoena" means "under penalty," so you may face contempt charges if you ignore it.
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You really should consult with an attorney and discuss your options. A Subpoena is an official Court Order to appear in court on a given date and time.
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You ignore an Order of the Court at your peril. Not a good idea.
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