As a victim, how do I find out the defendant’s next court date?

The victim witness staff will keep you apprised of any upcoming court dates if you are a victim in a case. If you are a witness, you should be given a subpoena for an upcoming court date. Make sure to follow the instructions on the subpoena and check out the subpoena information page on this website for more information. If you are a defendant, you will receive a notice to appear. Make sure your address is kept updated with the clerk's office to ensure the notice is sent to the correct address as it is your obligation to notify the court of any change in address.

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1. What is the Augusta Judicial Circuit?
2. What is the relationship between the local law enforcement agencies and the District Attorney’s Office?
3. What is the purpose of a Grand Jury in criminal cases?
4. What happens at arraignment?
5. Can a victim drop charges or decide not to press charges?
6. If I get a subpoena, do I have to go to court?
7. I did not witness any crime but I got a subpoena. Why am I a witness?
8. I am afraid of the defendant. Will the defendant be present when I testify?
9. My employer is not happy that I’ll miss work when I have to go to court on my subpoena. Can I be fired?
10. As a victim, how do I find out the defendant’s next court date?
11. How do I report a crime?
12. How can I have my criminal record expunged?