My boyfriend and a friend got into a fight while myself and another girl jumped in to break it up. We were scraped and bruised but obtained no real injuries and no one had to go to the hospital when the police arrived. My boyfriend had walked off shortly before the police came and they never arrested him or detained him. They took pictures of our scrapes and asked questions and now there is a Commonwealth hearing/criminal case in which I received a subpoena. I do not want charges or anything to come out of this because it was just a drunken tussle. I have never been to court so I need to know who I am allowed to talk to, what to expect, and what to say besides what happened to make the outcome positive.
If you were served with a subpoena, you must attend the hearing. If sworn to tell the truth, you must respond to all questions truthfully. You can talk to either or both "sides" or neither. If you wish to make the outcome positive, then simply tell the truth. Good luck.
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