These are terms that get articulated during the discovery process of a criminal matter. However, you do not need a lawyer (typically) and I'm guessing that you just ran across some of these documents while reading through the case docket or something?
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Contact the victim advocate at the State Attorney's office for an update on the case and what court dates have been set. I am sure they will be in touch with updates because they will need your testimony.
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